Venice Architecture Biennale 2014, Rem Koolhaas Italy, Exhibit, Design, News
Venice Biennale 2014 : Architecture
Architectural Show in Veneto, north east Italy – by Terreform ONE
9 + 7 Jun 2014
Venice Biennale 2014 Winner
Korean Pavilion Wins Golden Lion
Korean Pavilion – curated by Mass Studies founder Minsuk Cho – awarded the Golden Lion for best pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.
The exhibition is titled ‘Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula’ and focuses on the potential for the North and South parts of the peninsula to work together for a better future.
The Silver Lion was awarded to the Chilean Pavilion.
Their exhibition ‘Monolith Controversies’ uses a prefabricated concrete wall.
Special mentions went to Canada, France and Russia.
The Canadian Pavilion
The French Pavilion:
The Russian Pavilion:
A Silver Lion was also awarded to architect Andrés Jaque from Madrid, an ‘architect and thinker’.
Venice Biennale 2014 Awards
4 Mar 2014
Venice Biennale 2014 News
Terreform ONE Official Selection of the Venice Biennale
Terreform ONE’s work is part of the official selection of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale directed by Rem Koolhaas from June 7th to November 23rd, 2014.
The Bio City Map, created by the nonprofit organization Terreform ONE, is a forecast of the world population distribution in the 25 densest cities on Earth. The map displays population density as a parametric graph on the front. The map back focuses on each of these cities, designed and grown inside petri dishes with colonies of E. Coli as a method of analog computation. This is an interdisciplinary project where architects, urban planners, biologists, sociologists, and artists were all working together to create a map of the near future of human population growth.
The Global Art Affairs Foundation, under the direction of Rem Koolhaas, has curated the exhibitions at Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora as an official part of the Venice Architecture Biennale. They have selected the Bio City Map as a key component of the exhibition. The project has already been exhibited internationally at the New Institute (NAI) in Rotterdam and the Onsite [at] OCAD U Gallery in Toronto.
Terreform ONE’s participation at the Venice Biennale is made possible by the generous support of CIEE, the world leader in international education and exchange. Terreform ONE has organized a workshop for students as a part of CIEE Global Architecture and Design Program. The students will study population growth in cities and participate in the installation of the Bio City World Map project for the opening of the Biennale.
Mitchell Joachim, Terreform ONE Co-Founder and Associate Professor of Practice at NYU will lead a group of advanced researchers and students from NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study abroad. According to Terreform ONE Co-Founder and CIEE Academic Director for Global Architecture and Design Maria Aiolova, “The students will have the opportunity to learn new methods of studying urban growth and interact with world renowned architects, designers and thought leaders.” Terreform ONE Partners’ Melanie Fessel, Nurhan Gokturk and Oliver Medvedik will be also collaborating closely with the students.
VISIT: Bio City Map; Global Architecture and Design.
Maria Aiolova, LEED AP
Academic Director for Global Architecture + Design, CIEE
Co-Founder, Terreform ONE
Brooklyn Navy Yard, BLDG 280, STE 814
63 Flushing Ave Unit 192
Brooklyn, NY 11205 www.terreform.org
Venice Biennale 2014 information from Terreform ONE
Venice Biennale – Exhibitions, Designs, Images
photograph : Neale Smith Photography
Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition 2014 – external link
Terreform ONE on e-architect : ONE Lab Event + Competition : NYC Design Contest
Location: Venice Biennale, Italy
Venice Architecture Designs – chronological list
Venice Biennale Croatian Pavilion 2010 – The Ship : Floating Pavilion
Venice Biennale exhibition 2007 : Dune Formations installation, Scuola dei Mercanti
Venice Biennale landscape installation : Gustafson Porter
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