Venice Biennale Part 1: In Pictures

This summer, I visited Venice to see the Architecture Biennale and was completely overwhelmed by the number of pavilions, the scope of projects, and the amazing city of Venice itself. Last year, along with many others at MIT, I worked on research for the US Pavilion so it was particularly amazing to see the work in its final exhibition form. A quick plug for the project: OfficeUS is still alive – check out the site to learn about the pavilion, buy the catalog, and see the live office in action.

Stay tuned for a review of “Curatorial Confessions,” a discussion between Ana Miljacki, co-curator of the US Pavilion, and Hyungmin Pai, co-curator of the Korean Pavilion, which took place at MIT.

For now, enjoy pretty pictures of Venice:

AA Domino House

AA Domino House

brochures

Exhibition guides galore

central pavilion

Central Pavilion – Elements of Architecture

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Finland pavilion

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Denmark pavilion

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Kosovo pavilion

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Latvia pavilion

italia

Monditalia at Arsenale

Korean Pavilion

Korean pavilion

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Monditalia at Arsenale

OfficeUS 2

OfficeUS press conference

OfficeUS

OfficeUS

Vaporetto

Vaporetto

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