A Trip to La Villa Rotonda: The A-School’s footprints in the Veneto

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Join the UVA School of Architecture for the next talk in our A-School Faculty Lectures and nextVENETO series, “A Trip to La Villa Rotonda"

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Join the UVA School of Architecture for the next talk in our A-School Faculty Lectures and nextVENETO series, “A (Virtual) Trip to La Villa Rotonda: The A-School’s footprints in the Veneto." Assistant Professors in Architecture, Luis Pancorbo and Ines Martin Robles, will give an update on the School’s Vicenza Summer Program as they build upon the legacy started by Mario di Valmarana and most recently championed by Charlie Menefee.

Associate Professor of Architectural History and Director of the Historic Preservation program, Andrew Johnston, will share his most recent project in Cultural Heritage Documentation – a cutting-edge, high-quality recording of Palladio’s La Villa Rotonda. Andrew will walk us through the research conducted by his team of students and collaborators, including the Valmarana Family, to understand the Villa Rotonda as part of a cultural landscape (a social and historical approach that situates the monumental structure within its context). Experience the Villa Rotonda like you never have before! Members of the Valmarana Family will join the conversation to share the impact of the research and digital documentation on this World Heritage site and their family home. There will be time at the end for conversation and questions.

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