X11 The Pedestrian’s Venice

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Magazine X#11 The Pedestrian´s Venice

Roberto Casati · Magda Stanová · Stéphanie Roisin

The Pedestrian’s Venice

The city of Venice looks very different from the point of view of a pedestrian than from the point of view of a sailor. Islands and blocks rarely trace each other; canals and pathways are two independent networks. In this publication we investigate the spatial structure of pedestrians’ Venice: we distinguish and taxonomize various types of blocks and provide a series of large scale maps that visualize the contrast between islands and blocks. The publication contains two sets of maps—Venice of today (2017) and Venice of 1729 based on the map of Lodovico Ughi.

Editors: Slavomíra Ondrušová & Milan Vagač

Magazine for contemporary drawing

210 x 297 mm + different formats

Different format in the envelope

200 pcs English version

Offset and digital printing

English

Graphic design: Magda Stanová

ISSN: 1339 – 2522

2017

Photo: Peter Simoník

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