Loggia

"Loggia is the name given to an architectural feature, originally of Italian design. They are often a gallery or corridor at ground level, sometimes higher, on the facade of a building and open to the air on one side, where it is supported by columns or pierced openings in the wall." (wiki)

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Asmara e.g the "Great Mosque of Asmara - " The mosque was designed by Gudo Ferrazza in a blend of the architectural styles of Rationalist, Classical, and Islamic ...... Below the minaret, the mosque's fascia has a neoclassical loggia (exterior galleries), which is split in three parts" (Wiki)
Assisi Basilica of San Francesco
Avignon At the Popal Palace
Florence Loggia del Bigallo, Loggia del Grano, Loggia del Mercato Nuovo, Loggia Rucellai, Loggia della Signoria, Loggia dei Tessitori, Loggia del Pesce, Loggia di Orsanmichele
Genoa Palazzo Bianco
Litomysl Castle AV evaluation Of the features in the interior of the castle one of the most striking is the fine Neo-Classical theatre from 1796-97 in the western wing. Constructed entirely of wood, it can seat 150 spectators in nine loggias and its lower floor"
Longobards in Italy At Oratory of Santa Maria in Solario (San Salvatore, Brescia)
Medici Villas and Gardens
Monastery of Batalha The Renaissance loggia, added at about 1533, was probably meant for musicians - wiki
Monastery of Horezu Dionysos-Loggia
Monticello University of Virginia - Rotunda "The 10 pavilions are connected by a continuous loggia which offers shelter from the weather and shelters the utilitarian dormitories from view" (Nom File)
Pienza Palazzo Piccolomini - Pienza
Residences of the Royal House of Savoy At the Royal Armoury
Rome Farnese Palace, House of the Knights of Rhodes, Quirinale Palace
Sydney Opera House 2006 addition
Val d'Orcia AB evaluation "The statement of significance draws attention to the way the large farmhouses assume a dominant position in the landscape and are enriched by prominent architectural elements such as loggias, belvederes, porches and avenues of trees bordering the approach roads"
Vatican City Raphael's Loggias
Venice and its Lagoon Contarini dal Bovolo Palace
Verona Loggia del Consiglio (Or, incorrectly "di Fra' Giocondo." )
Versailles Grand Trianon
Vicenza Palladian Basilica
Villa d'Este Gran Loggia

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