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Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Valmarana, 1565, Vicenza, Italy; the loggia towards the court

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Valmarana, 1565, Vicenza, Italy; the loggia towards the court

Andrea Palladio (attributed): Casa Cogollo, also called 'Palladio's house', 1559-1562, Vicenza, Italy

Andrea Palladio (attributed): Casa Cogollo, also called 'Palladio's house', 1559-1562, Vicenza, Italy

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto, built between 1570-1575, Vicenza, Italy; main elevation by Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi, 1776

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Barbaran Da Porto, built between 1570-1575, Vicenza, Italy; main elevation by Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi, 1776

Villa Cornaro, designed by Andrea Palladio, is known for its innovative projecting central portico-loggia. Palladio's loggia design for Villa Cornaro would serve as a model for buildings such as Drayton Hall and Monticello.

Villa Cornaro, designed by Andrea Palladio, is known for its innovative projecting central portico-loggia. Palladio's loggia design for Villa Cornaro would serve as a model for buildings such as Drayton Hall and Monticello.

Andrea Palladio (attributed): Palazzo Porto Breganze, designed around 1571, Vicenza, Italy; the original design was foreseeing an elevation with seven bays; the two existing ones were in 1615 built by Vincenzo Scamozzi; conjectural elevation by Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi

Andrea Palladio (attributed): Palazzo Porto Breganze, designed around 1571, Vicenza, Italy; the original design was foreseeing an elevation with seven bays; the two existing ones were in 1615 built by Vincenzo Scamozzi; conjectural elevation by Ottavio Bertotti Scamozzi

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Valmarana, 1565, Vicenza, Italy; view from the court after WW2 bombing

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Valmarana, 1565, Vicenza, Italy; view from the court after WW2 bombing

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo del Capitaniato, designed in 1565, partially built between 1571-72, Vicenza, Italy; giant Composite Order, corner detail

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo del Capitaniato, designed in 1565, partially built between 1571-72, Vicenza, Italy; giant Composite Order, corner detail

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