Olivetti 09 11 2016

Scroll across the multi-site exhibition that was held in and around St Mark’s Square from November 2016 to January 2017 to commemorate Aqua Granda 1966/2016. Venues for the installations are shown in order of height relative to water level (explained in the book Acqua in Piazza). The blue line indicating the water level during the flood can see still be seen on the Caffè Lavena shopfront.

 

  • +143 Ravagnan
  • +141 Vesco
  • +138 Nardi
  • +138 Fabris
  • +138 Cenedese
  • +130 San Barnaba
  • +125 Todaro
  • +121 Rugarialto
  • +120 Bar Saturnia
  • +113 Hotel Lisbona
  • +105 Bistrot
  • +104 Toletta
  • +101 Gritti
  • +98 Fratelli Rossetti
  • +92 Markus
  • +91 Palesa
  • +91 AD Murano
  • +90 Quadri
  • +86 Caffè Lavena
  • +84 Olivetti Showroom

The Acqua in Piazza – Waterline on the NEW YORK TIMES.

For more information about this multi-site exhibition, click here.

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