Study and analysis of Brion Tomb by the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa.
After visiting the complex and taking detailed pictures of the structures, a study on original sketches made by Scarpa and a detailed redrawing work, among with the realization of a small and simplified cardboard model
(thanks to Francesca Padovani for the collaboration).
In this place, Scarpa , is not limited in building only an architecture admirable. He is like a writer, at the same time, who wrote his text and a clever comment or lucid preface.
The funeral complex is accessible from two entrances (one from the old cemetery and one from the street) with a free sequence plan of different buildings, all realized in concrete, including a familiar chapel, two covered burial areas (the arcosolium for Giuseppe and Onorina Brion, and one for other family members), a dense grove of cypresses, a prato (lawn), and a private meditation/viewing pavilion, separated from the main prato by a separate and locked entrance, and a heavily vegetated reflecting pool and a pavilion.