William Aslet is currently studying for a PhD on the architecture of James Gibbs at the University of Cambridge.
Built to give thanks for Venice’s deliverance from the plague, the church of Il Redentore remains the centre of an annual festival marking the event
Commissioned 300 years ago, James Gibbs’ design for the London church was soon replicated around the world
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