The Percorso de Siza in the Giardino Delle Vergini



Generally, when you visit the Venice Architecture Biennale, all the attention is taken by the content of each pavilion, since it is where people seek to soak up these new ideas and learn about the proposals. But the biennial, in addition to this, also allows us to enjoy projects that are here to stay.

One of them is the Percorso designed by Álvaro Siza for the 13th edition of the Biennale, in 2012, which is made up of three walls that are carved as if it were a quarry, facing each other, to give rise to open interior spaces. , uncovered, but embraced by the walls, generating a certain intimacy.


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