All the squares of the city in one book.
Catalogo Veneziano is a series of books representing the notable elements of the city of Venice. The structure of the book is very simple: a collection of graphics cards composed of a general framework on the left page and a plan representation of the element on the right page. Each element is associated with a code, which allows it to be easily identified. The initial part of the book is composed of framework tables in which all the elements are visible according to their position in the city and the final part consists of a set of indexes.
The square is represented with its ‘equipments’, a overlook on the water, a church, a water well or fountain, which are all listed at the end of the book in both a numerical and a graphic index.