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Waiting for Palladio


Before long, I may even post a review of the Royal Academy’s fascinating if sporadically frustrating Andrea Palladio: His Life and Legacy, celebrating (only one year late) the quincentenary of the birth of the Paduan architect who, however indirectly, did more to shape Britain’s built environment than anyone else.

Until that moment arrives, however, here are two Palladio-related distractions.

The first is a new Palladio and Britain website, launched this week by the RIBA, currently enjoying their own 150th anniversary. Continue reading

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