The Spain Pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale (Antón García-Abril interview)

The pavilion brings together the work of seven teams of active Spanish architects who strongly defend their vocation for innovation, and who have built personal worlds outside styles and fashions, not without professional risk.

“SPAINLab” does not support ideologies or methods, but it does come with a clear strategy: to demonstrate that the true value of architectural works is not in their final image, and that the future of Spanish architecture need the support and protection of personal research processes, as the essence of the genetics that will give life to the works.

The physical installation is complemented by a digital platform that will collect and expand the contents of the pavilion and will survive the exhibition and serve as a meeting and exchange point of a wider network of virtual visitors.

(Presentation A. Giakoumakatos, production V. Mistriotis, M. Economou)

Video by GreekArchitects.gr

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