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I had the good fortune to meet the owner of this Villa, and knowing that I am a student of Palladio, she invited me to make an appointment to visit.
The Villa is beautifully restored, and sits in its own park. The ceilings have magnificent...More
Thank Andrew Q
General A, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Villa Pisani Bonetti, responded to this reviewResponded 21 May 2018
it's such a pleasure to read your nice review. Congratulations for your extraordinary sketch! Andrea Palladio lives on through the studies and passion of students just like you.
All the best from Villa Pisani Bonetti
One comes to see a Palladian villa (like Badoer or Caldogno) to experience the atmosphere of Palladian times with as much authentic frescoes, painting and furnishings as possible and NOT to see a promotion of some irrelevant contemporary artist. This villa is the worst of...More
Thank David D
General A, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Villa Pisani Bonetti, responded to this reviewResponded 2 May 2018
thank you for visiting Villa Pisani Bonetti. We're really sorry for your opinion. You had the chance to visit a Palladian Villa and I'm sure you could perfectly perceive the owner's love for its value proven by the delicate and demanding restauration work...More
The villa is a fantastic example of Palladian architecture, set in a large garden, the river Gua' once strategic, one one side. The rooms are now also used to showcase modern art, which somehow fits rather cunningly the classic atmosphere of the villa.