Architecture students' work shipped to Venice exhibition
LSBU Architecture students have entered the Venice Biennial Architecture Exhibition. 11 pieces of work have been shipped over to feature in the exhibition, which is titled "Time Space Existence".
The student projects aim to improve the social fabric of the capital's neighbourhoods and envision new purposes for the Eero Saarinen-designed US Embassy. They have received very good feedback so far and potential buyers are interested in purchasing the installation.
This is the fifth edition of the extensive biennial architecture exhibition presented by the European Cultural Centre. The exhibition opened in parallel with Biennale Architettura on 22 May and runs for six months until 21 November 2021.
"Time Space Existence" features completed and ongoing projects, innovative proposals, and utopian dreams of architectural expressions. Through a wide selection of projects ranging from conceptual works, models, photographs, videos, sculptures, to site specific installations, participants are questioning our relationship with space and time, re-envisioning new ways of living and re-thinking architecture through a larger lens.
A virtual tour for the exhibition can be found at https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=SWjsjuRfrwo&sr=-2.71,1.31&ss=465
The project was developed by Associate Professor Federico Rossi with the support of: