THEFULLERVIEW || thefoodogatemyhomework: I am desperate to go to the Winterthur Museum in Philadelphia. Maybe if JLB interviews at Wharton I’ll tag along and go. Also, that historic mint wall color should be everywhere in my life. thetimelesshouse: Palladian Window in Cross Hall at the Winterthur Museum. Interview with Brent Hull on Architects + Artisans.
Palladian Window, slso called a “Venetian window” or a “serliana”, this was an essential ingredient for most neoclassical buildings. A window in three parts, with the central light rising taller to be rounded off in an arch and the two side lights flanked by pilasters and crowned by entablatures. Smooth, smart and satisfyingly symmetrical. Credit: Emma Kelly