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Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 – Arsenale Highlights

I hope you have enjoyed my highlight coverage of the Venice Biennale. Below are my favorite projects from the Arsenale Central Pavilions. This article is the final of five installments which cover my time at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012. Check out the first, second, third and forth installments here, here, here and here. Alvaro Siza […]

Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 – Arsenale Highlights

I hope you are enjoying my highlight coverage of the Venice Biennale. Below are my favorite projects from the Arsenale National Pavilions. The article is the forth of five installments which cover my time at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012. Check out the first, second and third installments here, here and here. Argentinian Pavilion – Identity in […]

Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 – Giardini Highlights

The Central Pavilions of the Giardini and Arsenale is curated by David Chipperfield. 69 projects by 119 architects, critics, designers, photographers and scholars respond to Chipperfield’s brief of common ground with specific and original installations. Unique to the Biennale, the central pavilion represents a meeting point for the fascinating encounter of concepts between influential architects, […]

Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 – Giardini Highlights

I am currently writing a series of 5 of articles highlighting my favourite moments from the Venice Architecture Biennale, 2012. Below is the second instalment of the most memorable projects from the Giardini National Pavilions. Check out the first instalment here. Hungarian Pavilion – Space Maker   Curated by Balint Bachmann, Space Maker investigates the subject of the […]

Venice Architecture Biennale 2012 – Giardini Highlights

Last week I arrived in Venice along with rain, high tide (1.4m – thats my shoulder height!) and a 15-degree temperature drop from the week prior. Despite this Venice is stunningly beautiful and provides the perfect venue for the Architecture (and art) Biennale. Lucky the Biennale is not only on ‘Common Ground’ but also on higher ground. […]

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