Venice takeaway: ideas to change British architecture (& interview Vicky Richardson)

The British Pavilion is organized by the British Council along with a team of 10 architectural firms.

The 10 architectural firms (Aberrant architecture, Smout Allen, Ross Anderson and Anna Gibb, Daryl Chen, dRMM, forum for alternative Belfast, Elias Redstone, Liam Ross, Takero Shimazaki architecture και Public Works) associated with the British pavilion made an equal number of trips to several countries around the world in an attempt to investigate local architectural ideas and practices which could be adjusted to their country’s current conditions.

The result is a series of projects where several programmatic studies are presented such as the ones related with the educational system based on Aberrant architecture’s trip to Rio de Janeiro and their study of the innovative CIEPs programme and dRMM’s project related to issues of flooding.


Video by greekarchitects.gr

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