Exhibition of artistic aspects of the project

a. - Good practices. Every aspect of design that helps us understand trends that will shape the future of architecture.

b. - Theories, applied science innovation or transdisciplinary manner.

In recent decades, a growing practice has emerged rich and diverse in the world of art invites the public to play and produce the work experience, either in a gallery on the streets of the city or the countryside. Like architecture, many of these temporary artworks aspire to alter the viewers experience with the environment that surrounds it. An installation is usually the final product for an artist, but for architects is also a preliminary step in an ongoing design process and in its research phase.

The facilities offer another way to engage architects on key issues of practice. Direct experimentation with the material of architecture and social dimensions that engages the public about the built environment issues affecting them and expands the ways they can participate in the architecture and daily life of people.
The projects are grouped in critical areas of discussion under the themes of tectonics, the body, nature, memory and public space. Each project is complemented by interviews with architects, authors and discussions of critics and theorists placing it within an intellectual context.

They also provide new platforms for innovative perspectives, ideas and experiments in the field of architecture. Some of these facilities will remain in the experimental stage, others might later be applied in the construction work. The facilities, especially when temporary, allow architects to work outside the constraints imposed by customers and city regulations. The main purpose of the facilities are not necessarily to be useful but to generate discussion and invite viewers to reflect on the role and the essence of architecture. The facilities are also vehicles for teaching and research. Finally, the design studies can be found at the premises a fantastic opportunity to advertise their talent.

In order to alienate the theme of this biennial've included some of expository lines leading to the experimental lines indicated.

1. Tectonics: by exploring new forms of assembly and materials, this section reminds us that architecture does not stop at the front.

2. Body: examines the relationship between the human body, space and design expertise.

3. Nature: an installation can help build a more responsible attitude towards it.

4. Memory: From the Renaissance architects were interested in studying the archaeological remains that betrayed prototype canonical figures and sources of inspiration.

Some ideas on this would allow us to talk about houses and villages abandoned, lost space recovery, symptoms of social or work purposes compilation of excerpts that can be used in the current design task.
With its pieces out of place and their incisions permanent home, to re-assemble, replicate the situation of a dysfunctional city in the violence of dismembered spaces. Wherever you go, the house takes the ideals and failures of modernism, with it, the creation of discourses on the condition and the fate of each community.

5. Public Space: offer citizens new ways of living or refer to the city as a common space.

c. - Video or any other format or interactive multimedia.

d. - Work-shops or any kind of event that can serve to complement the exhibition.

e. - Concluding Meeting of work to serve as a legacy to the city of Venice, for that purpose will establish the foundations of argument through the Scientific Committee on the same date to be communicated to participants upon acceptance.
f. - Products, innovation, materials, services, new concepts, learning ...

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