cortile


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cortile

(kɔːrtiːˈlei)
n, pl cortili
(in Italy) a roofless internal courtyard
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The second project will debut early winter 2016, as sbe's popular and beloved nightlife venue, Greystone Manor, is reimagined as an avant-garde cortile.
Although the Vatican declined to com ment on the incident, Beliebers worldwide got confirmation of the story when Bieber posted a photo of himself on Instagram, with soccer ball in hand, standing in the Cortile della Pigna (Courtyard of the Pine).
The unifying component remains the travertine-faced courtyard, previously surmounted by a row of hokey fake third-story windows and a fringe of red terra-cotta tile, which made it into a faux cortile in a typical bit of 1920s scenography: Think of the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California, or the Biltmore Hotels.
The idea came from the Marchese's involvement in commissioning Arnaldo Pomodoro's monumental Sphere Within Sphere for the Cortile della Pigna in the Vatican.
BE OPEN Installation: House of the Senses by Christophe Pillet, part of INTERNI's HYBRID ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN project Video installation by Studio Azzurro Universita Statale di Milano, Cortile della Farmacia 8-21 April
They range from the Pantheon and Raphael's tomb to the Cortile Belvedere, inhabited by the iconic Apollo Belvedere and Laocoon, the majestic Stanza della Segnatura, Raphael's fresco of Isaiah in Sant'Agostino (which in modern times has overshadowed the sculpture by Andrea Sansovino of Mary, St.
Perhaps even more importantly, the new place, a secular locus amoenus par excellence, is situated "sopra una piccola montagnetta" on whose top rises "un palagio con bello e gran cortile nel mezzo" (Dec.
e allora lui aveva sentito la stanchezza opprimente, come se gli pesasse sulle spalle la stanchezza di tutto cio' che lo circondava, e uscito nel cortile e ha sentito che anche il cortile era stanco, e le mura di quel vecchio ospedale erano stanche, e anche le finistre, e la citta, e tutto; ha guardato in alto e gli e parso che anche le stelle fossero stanche" (21).
Patrick Raftery, with stage direction led by Tom Diamond, whose double-cast, outdoor production of Handel's Giulio Cesare in Egitto, presented in the columned Cortile Municipale, was the climax of the 2010 season.
The storied restaurant, Il Cortile, is owned and run by the Esposito family, which also owns the properties, on the corner of Mulberry and Hester streets.
The house is linked to its lawn by two sets of curved steps, designed by a pattern that could have been taken from Bramante's Cortile del Belvedere in Rome.
The principal Julian commissions are considered here: Bramante's work at the Cortile del Belvedere and design for New Saint Peter's, the Julius tomb, the Sistine Chapel vault, and the Raphael stanze.