For over 500 years the forma urbis of Venice has not changed, yet there is always room for modern architecture. Experience with us a lively a moving city.MOVEnice is a cultural institution that is committed to the diffusion of architectural culture. Among other things, it offers architectural tours in Venice's historic centre, on the lagoon islands and on the mainland of the Veneto.
Before historical and social background tours focus on modern and contemporary architecture and include projects by famous personalities such as Carlo Scarpa, David Chipperfield and Tadao Ando as well as by lesser-known local architects, which deal with the particularities of the lagoon city. Due to our contacts and experience we open doors normally closed to the public and answer your questions about building in Venice. Local architects accompany you away from the tourist paths in German, English, Italian or French.
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Anabel Gelhaar (born 1970 in Hamburg) lives in Venice, where she studied architecture and worked for IUAV studi & progetti. Since 2007 she has worked for cfk architetti where they mainly dedicated to competitions and editorial work. She is author of the book "Architectural Guide Venice. Buildings and Projects after 1950 ", DOM publishers, 2014, and founding member of MOVEnice.
Rita Francesca Grandi
Rita Francesca Grandi (born in 1984 in Vicenza) lives in Vicenza. She studied architecture at the University of Venice (IUAV) and developed her thesis in New York and Paris at the Centre Technique de Matériaux de Construction Naturels. She worked for various architectural firms and the Palladio International Center for the Study of Architecture in Vicenza and is founding member of MOVEnice.
Clemens F. Kusch
Clemens F. Kusch (born in 1963 in Rome) lives in Venice and Paris. He studied architecture at the University of Venice, where he received his PhD and taught since 1982 as visiting professor. Since his studies he has been active in the framework of German-Italian relations in architecture operating as contact architect for German offices as gmp - von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, the curators of the Venice Biennale as well as a correspondent for magazines. From 2009-2015 he coordinated the German-Italian joint project for the reconstruction of the Humboldt-Forum. He is author of the book "Architectural Guide Venice. Buildings and Projects after 1950 ", DOM publishers, 2014 and founding member of MOVEnice.
Image creditsImage 1: Philipp Meuser, Image 2: Alessandra Chemollo, Image 3: Thomas Michael Krüger, Image 4: Francesca Grandi, Image 5: Thomas Michael Krüger, Image 6: Alessandra Chemollo, Image 7: Pietro Savorelli, Image 8: © Studio Zucchi, Image 9: Thomas Michael Krüger