The works of Andrea Palladio, the most influential architect ever, told by those who studies it today, lives it and preserves it for future generations. The journey of a cosmopolitan professor from Belgium to the United States to meet his mentors Kenneth Frampton and Peter Eisenman, the discoveries of three young restorers at Villa Saraceno in Veneto, the debate of tomorrow’s architects at the University of Yale. A choral and contemporary tale suspended between the Pantheon, Villa La Rotonda and the White House, between the Venetian countryside and the United States, where Palladio inspired the symbols of the nascent nation.