Venice Biennale 2014: Fundamentals

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Korean Pavilion

Korean Pavilion 

 

 

 

Korean Pavillion

Korean Pavillion

 

 

 

Korean Pavillion

Korean Pavillion

 

 

 

Korean Pavillion

Korean Pavillion

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

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Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

Italy Pavilion_Cino Zucci

 

 

 

U67 @ Coderie dell'Arsenale Biennale

U67 @ Corderie dell’Arsenale_Mondo Italia

 

 

 

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

 

 

 

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

 

 

 

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

Swiss Pavilion_Hans Ulrich Obrist

 

 

 

Netherlands Pavilion

Netherlands Pavilion

 

 

 

Netherlands Pavilion

Netherlands Pavilion

 

 

 

France Pavillion

France Pavillion

 

 

 

United Kingdom Pavilion

United Kingdom Pavilion

 

 

 

United Kingdom Pavilion

United Kingdom Pavilion

 

 

 

Belgian Pavillion_ The Immobility of Furniture

Belgian Pavillion_ The Immobility of Furniture

 

 

 

Belgian Pavillion_ The Immobility of Furniture

Belgian Pavillion_ The Immobility of Furniture

 

 

 

HIROSHI SUGIMOTO ©HIROSHI SUGIMOTO+NEW MATERIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

HIROSHI SUGIMOTO ©HIROSHI SUGIMOTO+NEW MATERIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

 

 

 

USA Pavillion

USA Pavillion

 

 

 

Elements_Rem Koolhas

Elements_Rem Koolhaas

 

 

 

Elements_Rem Koolhas

Elements_Rem Koolhaas

 

 

 

Elements_Rem Koolhaas

Elements_Rem Koolhas

 

 

 Venice Biennale 2014: Fundamentals 

 

 

Digging into the Fundamentals of the past to investigate the present and project the future is the objective of the symbolic journey that Koolhaas proposes in the spaces of the Giardini and Arsenale of Venezia. The exhibition seeks to not be a simple exhibition but the result of a laboratory on the research of architecture in itself.

 

All of the pavilions seem to have seized the challenge launched by Koolhaas: from the British Pavilion to the Russian one, all 65 nations have adhered, 9 more than in 2013, 10 of whom for the first time at the Biennale. Even the Italian Biennale, choreographed by the Italian architect Cino Zucchi accepted the challenge, taking the city of Milan as a case study to represent the thematic of ‘grafting’, an Italian approach to embracing modernity. Zucchi also ponders on the Expo site, contemplating on what will be the legacy of the north-west area of Milan after the event.

The Golden Lion for best pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 was awarded to Korea.

 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/jun/06/venice-architecture-biennale-2014-best-pavilions

http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/jun/06/venice-architecture-biennale-2014-best-pavilions

http://www.dezeen.com/2014/06/06/korean-pavilion-mass-studies-north-south-venice-architecture-biennale-2014/

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