top instagram picks from the venice biennale, 2018

Every now and then, Venice opens up its arms and uncurls to make way for new structures and spaces that are intriguing. The kind that can make one contemplate about certain concepts they thought they understood. The Venice Biennale being held since 1980, is a dream come true for anyone passionate about architecture and spaces. The Venice Biennale currently being held from May 26th to November 25th, 2018 at the Giardini and the Arsenale in Venice, is based on the theme of ‘Free Space’ this year. It has been curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara and organized by La Biennale di Venezia which is an arts organisation based in Venice. The inspiration for the theme this year came to the curators from the manifesto ‘Freespace’ issued in June 2017. Written and published by Yvonne and Shelley, it has been used as a reference point to put the entire exhibition together. The exhibition has 71 participants and it is interesting is to see how each one has interpreted the concept of ‘Freespace’ in their own unique design sense. We’ve rounded up our top Instagram picks from the Biennale –

 

 

How can we repair the ground’s public and social relevance? A field of endangered plants thrives in the Australian Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2018 to remind architects to build sustainably by taking care of the ground they use. . “Consequences of the disregard of natural systems are now being felt. How can we repair the ground’s public and social relevance? We are asking to architects to look anew at the ground and how we treat it.” Says to Archipanic curator Louise Wright of Baracco+Wright. . Read more on archipanic.com Photo: courtesy of the Australian Pavilion in Venice. . #repair #australia #australianpavilion #baraccowright #freespace #grassland #venezia #venice #biennale #venicebiennale #venicebiennale2018 #biennale2018 #biennalearchitettura2018 #biennalearchitettura #architecture #architects #architect #design @archipanic #archipanic #architecturelovers #biennaledivenezia #biennaledivenezia2018 @labiennale @baraccowrightarchitects

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