Two projects repairing windows and shutters and the traditional terrazzo floor of the Sukkah in the Canton Scuola, home to the Jewish Museum, in the oldest Ghetto in the world.
San Giobbe, adaptive reuse of a vernacular house in Calle delle Beccarie, a model project to explore how an ancient house can be made fit for modern living whilst preserving its history.
One of four turbaned figures around the Campo dei Mori, in a part of Venice where merchants lived and had their warehouses
Dedicated to St Christopher whose statue, above the main door, was restored in an early partnership between Venice conservators and the V&A Museum.
This hidden 18th-century frescoed Music Room, designed for choral performances to support its foundation, was restored in 1987-91 by 12 committees.