Architectural Tables, RPBW, 9° edition
Temporary Exhibition of the best work selected by the International Jury
Il Tavolo [The Table] designed by Renzo Piano is back, made up of 6 blocks of Vicenza stone from the Morseletto Architecture Laboratory, on which the architect had chosen to intervene, highlighting how much the stone exhibited and making people read about its historical stratification.
Via San Fermo in the heart of Padua is confirmed as the place of the exhibition, bringing architecture to the centre of the city and its everyday life; one’s gaze and attention cannot fail to be attracted by the marble blocks which, dividing the pedestrian street in two, invite people to stop and observe what is exhibited: the images of the winners, the honorable mentions and the best works selected by the International Jury . Works that underline the link between quality of life and quality of architecture that the Barbara Cappochin Foundation has always highlighted.