# CLASSIC ARCHITECTURES /// Claude Parent for the Venice Biennale 1970

Here is Claude Parent’s participation project to the Venice Biennale 1970. It works as a prototype of what may be a little part of the oblique city (see former post and Villa Drusch post) in which the walls can host the body in positions depending on their inclination.



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