Lost in translation

The comparison Ellis Woodman made between the new City Lit building and the Palazzo del Té is interesting (Works June 17). Giulio Romano’s mannerism is derived from the struggle to make architectural sense of alterations to an existing building. You can almost feel that tension exploding from the very stones ...

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