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Querini Stampalia Foundation modern-entry

Querini Stampalia Foundation

In the early 1960s architect Carlo Scarpa transformed the ground floor and courtyard of the Palazzo Querini Stampalia into the Querini Stampalia Foundation, a major cultural complex in Venice, Italy.

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Access from the new bridge means that people move through the entry sequence differently now. The space from where this picture was taken was previously a dead end — an exhibition space that was allowed to flood during the highest waters. Now it is the main access from the ticketing booth and the bookstore to Scarpa's ground-floor spaces and the upstairs museum and library.

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