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Sunday in Punte Della Dogana Job: "Sometimes you have these moments that reminds you why you went studying architecture again. This weekend in Venice I experienced this when visiting an exhibition in Punte Della Dogana, a true  Tadao Ando masterpiece. The building, an old salt storage at the tip of the southern part of Venice, shows nothing of its content to the outside. Just another renaissance nature stone building with high windows. Nothing special for venetian standards. However when entering you see the true conflict the city has, the old storages in all their roughness, the scars made by users of the past are still visible everywhere. Tadao Ando made the choice to react on it with simplicity. The building tells its story and Ando guides you true. The way how he leaves everything clean to let the smallest details make the strongest gestures is brilliant. We photographed one line in his very subtle architecture that leads from present to the past. He guides the visitor from old to new and vice versa, could be an approach way of rebuilding conflict zones on a city scale."

Sunday in Punte Della Dogana

Job: "Sometimes you have these moments that reminds you why you went studying architecture again. This weekend in Venice I experienced this when visiting an exhibition in Punte Della Dogana, a true  Tadao Ando masterpiece. The building, an old salt storage at the tip of the southern part of Venice, shows nothing of its content to the outside. Just another renaissance nature stone building with high windows. Nothing special for venetian standards. However when entering you see the true conflict the city has, the old storages in all their roughness, the scars made by users of the past are still visible everywhere. Tadao Ando made the choice to react on it with simplicity. The building tells its story and Ando guides you true. The way how he leaves everything clean to let the smallest details make the strongest gestures is brilliant. We photographed one line in his very subtle architecture that leads from present to the past. He guides the visitor from old to new and vice versa, could be an approach way of rebuilding conflict zones on a city scale."

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