Chiese di Venezia | site sketches

Venice has a rich history of church architecture, rooted in the Venetian Gothic. The spatial context of these churches within the dense city of canals and alleys offers opportunity for juxtapositions of layout, facade reveals, and interior compositions of space. These studies are explored through free-hand site-sketches, utilizing drawings in plan, section, elevation, and axon.
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San Giorgio de Greci

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San Francesco della Vigna

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Chiesa San Pietro di Castello

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Madonna dell’ Orto

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San Giacomo Dell’Orio

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San Sebastianoformatted drawings_Page_12

Galleria dell’ Academiaformatted drawings_Page_13


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San Giobbe + Chiesa di San Salvador