03 Oct 2014 Fundamentals: 14th Venice International Architecture Exhibition
65 countries have joined together for the exciting 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, and the overall theme this year is “Fundamentals”, which pays close attention to the fundamentals of our buildings used by any architect, anywhere, anytime.
Under the auspices of la Biennale di Venezia, the current Venice Biennale 2014 runs through November 23, in the Giardini and the Arsenale. Ongoing national exhibits, as well as numerous collateral events and weekend special events, will be held at various venues throughout the greater Venice metropolitan area.
With its focus on fundamentals, luminaries in-the-field demonstrate how architectural basics can be reappointed to create exhilarating “new” looks and modern functionality. The Venice Architecture Biennale is an integral component of Venice Biennale 2014, the cultural celebration that has been an Italian institution since its inception, in 1895, and now draws hundreds-of-thousands of patrons to its exhibits, installations, performances, seminars and juried-awards ceremonies.
The Italian Pavilion, or Padiglione Italia, is situated between the 16th century Tese, and the Giardino delle Virgini, and the facility, which was renovated and greatly enlarged in 2009, welcomes visitors to this edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Where to Stay
Villas in Venice provides choice lodging options for visitors to Venice Biennale 2014, offering comfortable convenience for individuals, couples, families and small groups.
Santa Sofia – The Santa Sofia is a gem, set in a renovated palace that overlooks the Grand Canal. Utilizing a wonderful example of Italian architecture, Villas in Venice has incorporated the best in modern amenities to enhance this beautiful one-bedroom apartment. In the Cannaregio district, the Santa Sofia is just a short stroll from the ferry stop where a Gondola can whisk passengers to the famed Rialto Market.
Maria Nova – With a view of one of the early Renaissance church, the Santa Maria dei Miracoli, the Maria Nova is a well-appointed one-bedroom apartment sure to charm arrivals with both its understated elegance. Italian architecture and ambiance greet guests as on the 10-minute stroll to the legendary Piazza San Marco.
Carampane – A perfect Italian “hideaway”, the recently renovated Carampane comfortably accommodates up to six guests. Set in a private alley, the Carampane has its own garden courtyard, for the exclusive use of its guests. Straddling the boundary between the San Polo and San Croce districts, the Carampane is only steps away from the famous Rialto Bridge.
Ca Lucia – For up to five guests, the Ca Lucia provides a quiet retreat. Modern amenities complement Old-World Italian charm in the heart of the Cannareggio district, where patrons will experience the best of la dolce vita. Authentic bistros and taverns dot the entire district, all within walking distance of Ca Lucia.
For information and to have a look to the availabilities, visit Ville in Italia’s website or contact Ville in Italia.
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