Curators have invited 100 Hong Kong and international architects to design towers in free space, thus provoking intensive reflection and research on this typology. Spanish architect Fernando Menis was asked to design 4 of these 100 towers.
The Venice Biennale Singapore Pavilion exhibition asks if there is indeed No More Free Space? in the island state, in response to the overarching theme Freespace conceptualised by curators Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara.
Irish Pavilion explores the importance of the rural market place at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Curated by six young Irish architects and designers, Free Market aims to reassert the declining rural market square as a public place of social, political and cultural exchange, central to community cohesion.
The Spanish Pavilion defends learning centres as places for criticism and architectural creation. The curator Atxu Amann and a team of four others have selected, via an open call, 143 proposals that will be shown in the Spanish Pavilion during the Biennale Architettura 2018 in Venice.
Learning from The Swamp: Lithuania Presents Its First Individual Pavilion at International Architecture Exhibition of Biennale Architettura 2018, curated by Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas, commissioned by Pippo Ciorra and produced by the Architecture Fund.
The Korean Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia will present Spectres of the State Avant-garde, an imagined archive of the Korea Engineering Consultants Corp. (KECC), a technical consultancy for architecture and civil engineering established by the government in 1963.
Brazilian architect Carla Juaçaba invited to join a selection of ten professionals from around the world who will design a Chapel, marking the Vatican’s first participation in the Venice Architecture Biennial.
Finnish architect Lundén Architecture Company selected to design the Nordic Pavilion at the Venice architecture biennale. Eero Lundén’s proposal, ‘Another Generosity’, explores the relationship between nature and the built environment.
Laboratorio di Architettura e Design designed Spignon Lighthouse which is located on a small island in the Venice lagoon, close to the “Bocca di Porto”, the opening that separates the Lido island from Pellestrina island.
The theme for the exhibition is ‘Personal Structures–Open Borders’ this tries to stimulate a stronger relationship between the viewer and their daily surrounding.
Caruso St John Architects and artist Marcus Taylor will represent the UK at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, the British Council announced.
One Works + SAVE Engineering complete complex architectural and structural challenge of bringing the airport up to 21st century standards. The building extension is defined by a new 280-metre-long plaza featuring a dramatic gridshell roof that allows sunlight to filter down to the passengers below.
Conversion of a 500-year-old palazzo in the heart of Venice into a Benetton ‘megastore’ by OMA. The Renaissance building, known as the Fondaco dei Tedeschi, overlooks the Grand Canal and the city’s famous Rialto Bridge.
This year’s British Pavilion exhibition Home Economics at the Venice Architecture Biennale received more than 145,000 visitors.
Pavilion of Turkey at Biennale Architettura 2016 to host a choreographed sequence of Venice New Year’s Concert: filming at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
Design: JM Architecture. Custom-designed prefabricated wood structure, built and furnished in only 6 months. Energy-saving high standards have been applied to the shell to guarantee maximum comfort and almost zero costs throughout the four seasons.
Design: Sandro Burigana
Before revolutionary changes in 2001, for several years Kristalia was a company specialising in the production of accessories mainly made in glass. Hence its name, which comes from the fusion of two key words: “cristallo” and “Italia”.
Commissioned by the DesignSingapore Council of the Ministry of Communications and Information and curated by the Department of Architecture of the National University of Singapore (NUS), the Singapore Pavilion presents Space to Imagine, Room for Everyone.