There is a reason that Shakespeare placed his romantic city in Verona. It is so beautiful, filled with beautiful piazzas and people, nestled under the mountains. The grand sidewalk in the central square was paved in marble, as well as the long shopping district. Verona isn’t that far from Venice, only a couple hours west by train.
Its a city I could live in for sure.
Part of Shopping district, see the crazy dressed couple of “ladies” near the Louis Vuitton windows.
Carlos Scarpa, Banco Populare, a special tour for the K-State group.
Amazing light fixture above red spiral stair, square to round hand blown glass.
Castelvecchio, location of Carlos Scarpa museum design. First day like spring.
Really cool display cases for the museum pieces.
Verona from the tower. In the very far distance you could see snow capped mountains.
My steel ribbion stair in person! (design from last semester)
Scarpa has some really awesome stairs in general, I will upload my watercolor of this picture after returning to the states.
Classmates in the sun.