The British Pavilion, with a critical and political approach, reflects on the necessity to establish a dialogue between public and privatised spaces so to create more harmonious living patterns.
The pavilion highlights how the modernist project of abundance has deeply transformed the landscape of the land contended between Israel and Palestine.
The Uzbekistan pavilion is the outcome of thorough researches on a living model that for centuries has been giving an architectonic and administrative shape to the neighbourhoods of Taskent, the capital of the centre-Asian country.
Part of the Italian Virtual Pavilion, the virtual exhibition "Blocks on Blockchain" launches for the first time the NFT project by the French designer entitled Cryptoplasm.
“Sans Titre / Material Phases of Suns” is the new project by the artist Christine Corday, presented at Palazzo Mora on the occasion of the Biennale of Architecture.
One of the main collateral events to the Architecture Biennale, the Venice Design Biennial, reflects on the theme of self-portrait through the works of over thirty international designers.
At this year’s Biennale, more than one project reconsiders the coexistence of different species on our planet. In doing so, a new way of approaching and narrating design emerges, under the banner of collaboration and disciplinary contamination.
Neyran Turan, curator of the Turkish pavilion, explains what contribution architecture can make to creating a new planetary imagination of our environment, seen the political crisis caused by climate change.
The installation by Michele De Lucchi and AMDL Circle is an immersion in a working atelier that tells how the Milanese studio deals with reflections on living together, starting from the construction of educational spaces.
At the Giardini and the Arsenale, Cassani, Galán, Munuera and Sanders focus on the bathroom, the humblest and most functional of architectural spaces, but also an ideological and political battleground of human rights and ecological awareness.