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Architecture & design

The classical ideal – Palladio’s architectural vision

— September 2015

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Chadsworth Cottage, a Palladian-influenced house in North Carolina by Christine Franck, 2005 © Christine Franck

Rosalind Ormiston reports on a new exhibition that investigates the influence of Palladio on more than four centuries of architecture around the world

‘Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected’is a gem of an exhibition focusing on the revolutionary design principles of 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio (1508–80), of Padua, taken up and copied globally by architects and builders throughout the next four centuries, to the present day. The exhibition, co-curated by Charles Hind and Vicky Wilson of the...

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