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Aldo and Hanny already went there

Headlines 3. June 2016
By: Inge Beckel
The Dutch Pavilion under the motto of “BLUE: Architecture of UN Peacekeeping Missions” (Photo: Iwan Baan)
BLUE is the title of this year’s Biennale contribution at the Dutch Pavilion. It thematizes Dutch UN missions in Mali, Africa.

Tamed and wild, natural and created

Found 2. June 2016
By: Inge Beckel
The pool, part of the Australian identity (Photo: Brett Boardman)
The Australian Pavilion at the Biennale deals with the motto of Reporting from the Front – as predetermined by general curator Alejandro Aravena – in a rather pragmatic way, at least at first glance. The topic addressed: the pool.

Our Amazon Frontline

Found 2. June 2016
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
Peru's national pavilion, Our Amazon Frontline, received a special mention in the awards of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Slovenia's 'Home at Arsenale'

Found 1. June 2016
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
The Pavilion of Slovenia at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale is a wooden structure filled with books that goes under the title Home at Arsenale: a curated library addressing the notions of home and dwelling.

C+S's Path of EDUcare

Found27. May 2016
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
C+S Architects' contribution to the Reporting from the Front exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale focuses on the challenges of building enriching school facilities near Venice; a colorful, fun ramp expresses their approach to that typology.
The Work of Solano Benítez in Paraguay (All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects)
Three of the most impressive structures within Reporting from the Front, the exhibition directed by Alejandro Aravena, are masonry vaults: one made from brick and "unqualified labor"; one made from unreinforced, cut stone; and one made from clay tile and built by students.

Transsolar's 'Lightscapes'

Found25. May 2016
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
Transsolar's contribution to this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, "Lightscapes: Local Identity – Exploring a Forgotten Resource," creates visible rays of light in the Arsenale as a means of merging technology with local knowledge.

Biennale Debris

Found25. May 2016
By: John Hill
All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects
The introductory room in the 15th International Architecture Exhibition: Reporting from the Front, directed by Alejandro Aravena, is made from 100 tons of waste dismantled from the 2015 Art Biennale.

Reporting from Venice

Found24. May 2016
By: John Hill
Biennale Director Alejandro Aravena with the World-Architects crew, L-R: eMagazine Editor in Chief John Hill, CEO Renato Turri, Managing Director Charles Ganz
World-Architects is in Venice to cover the 15th International Architecture Exhibition: Reporting from the Front, directed by this year's Pritzker Architecture Prize winner, Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena.

ICFF Circles

Found17. May 2016
By: John Hill
Flavor Paper's ShweShwe by Ghislaine Viñas (All photographs by John Hill/World-Architects)
World-Architects took a quick jaunt through ICFF, which took place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York from May 14th to 17th. A couple standouts shared circular geometries.