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Pachuka Beach 2014

Beach and lounge bar/pizzeria/restaurant

The natural spirit

 
Opening: 1st May  > 30th September 2014
Daily free transfers from Villa Gabriella B&B to the Pachuka Beach!

Italy, Lido di Venezia (VE)- San Nicolò, via Klinger, 1 - the natural spirit of the beach in Lido di Venezia!

For your relaxing moments after your hard (!) visit to Venice downtown!

3 areas: Quiet, Families & Children, Dogs areas!

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Pachuka Beach ombrelloni e sdraio in riva al mare al Lido di Venezia
Pachuka Beach  Rental beach and longe chairs umbrellas
You can buy tickets also in Villa Gabriella during your stay!
 
 

 
Fares/Tariffe
 
 
 
Mercoledì, 23 Aprile 2014 08:03

Fundamentals - Biennale Architettura 2014

Main Visual Entry Page Architettura EN (new)

Architecture Biennale 2014

7th June > 23rd November 2014
 
The 14th Intl. Architecture Exhibition, directed by Rem Koolhaas, will run from Saturday 7 June to Sunday 23 November 2014 at the Giardini and the Arsenale.
Buy your TICKETS ONLINE >>

The preview for the Press and Professionals will be held on June 5th and 6th; the award ceremony and inauguration will take place on June 7th.

• PRESS: registration for the Press Preview
• PROFESSIONALS: request for invitations to the Preview


More info, click here

 

 

Biennale Architettura 2014

7 giugno > 23 novembre 2014
 
La 14. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura, diretta da Rem Koolhaas, si svolgerà da sabato 7 giugno a domenica 23 novembre 2014 ai Giardini e all’Arsenale. Acquista il tuo BIGLIETTO ONLINE >>

La vernice (anteprima per Stampa e Professionali) avrà luogo nei giorni 5 e 6 giugno, la cerimonia di premiazione e di inaugurazione si svolgerà sabato 7 giugno.

• PRESS: modalità di accredito stampa >>
• PROFESSIONAL: richiesta di invito alla vernice >>

 

La Biennale

At the Arsenale with the Biennale

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Tel. +39 041 5218828 | Fax + 39 041 5218732
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A programme of free guided tours
02 | 18 | 2014

Arsenale (Venice Biennale spaces) 22 February > 31 March 2014

A new feature of this year’s Kids’ Carnival is the initiative At the Arsenale with the Biennale.
 
Over the Carnival period and beyond, a programme of free guided tours devised to disseminate the history of the Arsenale and the spaces used by the Venice Biennale will offer the opportunity to learn the stories of these monumental sites, the exhibits and the recent restoration and refurbishment work.
 
The guided tours will take place from 22 February to 31 March 2014 (respecting the schedule for setting up the 14th International Architecture Exhibition), on Fridays , Saturdays and Sundays at fixed times, and on weekdays for schools and organized groups upon request, subject to prior booking.
The visits will last 1 hour and 15 minutes.
 
The Venice Arsenale
The Arsenale is the largest industrial complex prior to the Industrial Revolution. Spanning an area of forty acres, in busy times it employed up to 2,000 workers per day. It is an important place for Venice, not only because this complex of work sites, factories and warehouses saw the construction of the Venetian fleets, but also because it embodied the economic, political and military power of the city. Construction originally began in the early 1200s on the docksides of the Darsena Vecchia (Old Dock). At the beginning of the fourteenth century it expanded with the building of the new dockyard. In the following century, the Arsenale underwent further transformations due to the growing demands of the Venetian naval and military might. Over time the Arsenale increasingly lost its military importance, leaving space for commercial operations. Between 1876 and 1909 the Arsenale witnessed its last major development with the new facilities built between the Darsena Nuova and the Nuovissima.
Corderie. Stretching over the south side of the Arsenale, built in 1303 and then rebuilt between 1579 and 1585 on a plan by Antonio da Ponte, this building was once used for the manufacturing of ropes, cables and cords. Entirely covered by a wood truss ceiling, it is 316 m. long, 21 m. wide and 9.70 m. high, and is divided into three naves supporting two galleries on the side aisles at a height of seven metres. The exhibition space measures 6,400 square metres.
Artiglierie and Isolotto. Consisting of a long one-storey building dating back to 1560, the Artiglierie(Artillery) occupies a total area of ??3,300 square meters. It originally housed the Arsenale workshops. Next to it, the building of the Isolotto is a former warehouse measuring 900 square meters.
Gaggiandre, Tese, Giardino delle Vergini. The Gaggiandre, two great shipyards constructed between 1568 and 1573 on a plan attributed to Jacopo Sansovino, overlook the inner basin. Past the Tese, partly built in the sixteenth century, is the Giardino delle Vergini (Garden of the Virgins), a fascinating green area.
 
La Biennale di Venezia at the Arsenale
La Biennale di Venezia first made use of the rope factories at the Arsenale in 1980, for the First International Architecture Exhibition curated by Paolo Portuguese, who set up the Strada Novissima precisely in the Corderie. Later, the same spaces were used during the Art Exhibitions for the Open section devoted to young artists.
Under Paolo Baratta’s presidency in 1999, by concession of the Navy – Ministry of Defence, the south-east side of the Arsenale undergoes a functional recovery.
The concession area spans a total of about 50,000 square meters of which 25,000 square metres are covered area. Here stand some of the most important buildings of the Arsenale, dating back to the fifteenth century (Corderie, Artiglierie, Tese del Cinquecento, Tese dell'Isolotto).
The objective was to make these spaces accessible and functional for hosting activities by combining the requirements of each of them (shows and exhibitions) and the preservation of the buildings. Thus, a dynamic approach to design that takes into account the area’s historical architecture and the monumental heritage.
Interventions to satisfy the requirements of special events organized by La Biennale were carried out with the preservation of the site’s uniqueness in mind, and have been conceived as always reversible, with flexibl