Venezuela Pavilion Designed By Carlo Alberto Scarpa       Designed by Italian architect Carlo Scarpa in 1954, the Venezuela Pavilion is located in Giardini di Castello in Venice, Italy, which reopened after restoration in May 2016. Many visitors to the Venice Biennale pass by the building and do not notice its architectural style. Those who notice this may not know it, but this is an early design by Carlo Scarpa, and one of the few new independent buildings, rather than renovating, transforming, or adding to a historic building.
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