Cortile


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Cortile

An interior courtyard enclosed by the walls of a palace or other large building.

cortile

An interior courtyard enclosed by the walls of a palazzo or other large building; often arcaded.
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Zang Tumb Tumb, interactive experience by Sfelab Winners of the BE OPEN Competition for Young Talents in Interactive Design Universita Statale di Milano, Cortile della Farmacia 8-21 April
Housed in this grand revival of an ancient villa were the sculptures in the Belvedere Cortile, then as now including the Laocoon and the Apollo Belvedere, among others, which the author reads as forming a complex program that establishes a typological association between Aeneas and Julius II.
Other poems, too, belong to this elegiac class: for instance, the two commemorating the death of the poet's younger brother--"Adempte mihi" and "Sopra i colli di este"--remembered with an admirably controlled pathos and piety as "una figura che di sfuggita / gira l'angolo del cortile," with his "modesto soprabito al vento .
The Strozzi's cortile and ample rooms with high windows were ideal for Calatrava s sculpture and the architectural models that required long views to appreciate how these airy linear constructions -- railway stations, airports, stadiums, concert halls and museums -- would be perceived in the landscape.
On his arrival in the Vatican's Cortile of Sant Damaso, he was given a ceremonial welcome: red carpet, a Swiss Guard of honor, liveried gentlemen of honor and the Vatican band playing "La Marseillaise," the French national anthem.
The list is deep and delicious and includes the likes of Le Cirque, David Burke Kitchen, Il Cortile, Nirvana, The Capital Grille, Delmonico's, Sho Shaun Hergatt, Uva, and close to 400 others.
The brand transformed the garden dining room of Il Cortile restaurant, located in New York City's Little Italy, into a set where 22 models displayed looks in categories titled 'Il Pastello' (Pastel Gelato Girls), 'Cameriera' (Restaurant Girls), and 'Vingeto' (Vineyard Girls), while the female group Tre Bella sang classic Italian songs.
Cortile Cascino is indeed unremittingly bleak, depicting, among its scenes of deprivation, a severely deformed child navigating an overcrowded street; a five-year-old ragpicker; a twenty-three-year-old mother of four who, after her infant dies, can only declare, "She is a thousand times better near God.
After the launch at last year's Milan Design Week, BE OPEN returns this year at Universita Statale as co-producer of INTERNI magazine's Hybrid Architecture & Design exhibition, from 8-21 April, with an installation by Christophe Pillet in the University's Cortile della Farmacia, the BE OPEN Talk, a panel discussion moderated by Philippe Daverio on the sensory future and the BE OPEN Food Theatre at the Moroso showroom, a unique food experience.
Fluffy spinach gnocchi pillows or melty pork shanks at fresh-Italian II Cortile ($$$$; 6o8 72th St.
Just as the Palazzo Piccolomini, through its loggia tiers, large windows, and spacious cortile, embraced the outdoors in its design and reached out to the natural delights of the enclosed giardino pensile to its rear, so too did the new Pienza engage with the bucolic Orcia valley landscape that it overlooked.