Monday, May 7, 2007

Palazzo della Vittoria

This is one side of the house called "Victory Palace" in corso Francia 23 whose yesterday I published the entrance. I hope to have a chance to take it in another photo able to give better the "idea" on how the Palace (built in 1925 by Pietro Carrera) figure.

Questo è un lato del "Palazzo della Vittoria" in corso Francia 23 del quale ieri ho pubblicato l'ingresso. Spero di aver modo ri ritrarlo da altra posizione per poter meglio dare un'idea d'insieme sul Palazzo (costruito nel 1925 dall'architetto Giovanni Battista Carrera).
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17 comments:

Sally said...

Very ornate indeed. 1920s - yes, obvious "modernisme" influence of Gaudi, I'd say!

Nikon said...

Very beautiful building, I love the angles.

angela said...

I love the ornateness of this building and that little tower on top.
Angela

kris said...

i echo angela. would be nice to be on one of the balconies :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Very impressive building and it fits the doors you showed previously. I like your detailed photography.

Thank you for visiting my blog yesterday and for your comments about my Rose-Breasted Grosbeak. I am into architecture today with the Brookville Community Theatre.

Oya said...

Architecture is one of my weaknesses. I would love to live in this building...

jules said...

This building looks so rich in details, craftsmanship, history. Very solid.

Jing said...

oh...missed so many great photos. sorry for the busy translation, seems i really would "lost in translation"....
hehe....

its a very great feeling when seeing such beautiful and huge buildings...so desire to take the photos. here we see.
:D

nice day

jing
shanghai daily photo

Mandy said...

I love those balconies.

magiceye said...

beautiful... very stately!

M.Benaut said...

It is funny, because everywhere that I look, I now see machicolations. 1000's of them.
However, your photos are wonderful.

Omaheña said...

Beautiful building! I love the balconies.
Thank you for visiting my blog, and for the birthday wishes, and grazie per il complimento!

richard said...

Thanks for the note on my blog Fabrizio. I haven't visited for a week or so, but it means I've looked over your last 7 posts and the architecture of Torino is amazing me more and more

Aloha said...

Wow, just gorgeous! The detailing is incredible...i must come visit Italy...

isabella said...

Belle epoche? Nice detail...

Annie said...

Il palazzo è molto intrigante e molto bello vedere.

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you to everyone for so nice comments in particular to Annie 'cause her so perfect Italian !