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posted 08.12 in news.

Spontaneous Interventions

Drew Carling and Jenni Draper report from the US pavilion, which has just opened at the Venice Biennale. Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good United States Pavilion 13th International Architecture Biennale,...

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Black box

posted 04.12 in news.

Denton Corker Marshall have won the limited competition for the Australian Venice Biennale Pavilion. There is a fair bit about that competition within these pages. Myself and about 750 architects protested against its conditions, which basically...

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Venice pavilion shortlist yawner

posted 11.11 in news.

The Australia Council yesterday announced its shortlist for the Venice pavilion competition. As expected, they are playing it safe, with just a couple of smallish practices. Given the level of discontent surrounding the competition, it’s...

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Venetian blindness

posted 09.11 in news.

The Australia Council has just released its request for expressions of interest for the design of the new Australian pavilion in Venice’s Giardini. After much effort by Openhaus, 750 people petitioned the Council to ditch their original...

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How Now and When

posted 07.11 in news.

How now and when

OBJECT speaks to Ivan Rijavec, John Gollings and Daniel Flood about how they achieved stereo images of the city at night for their Venice Biennale exhibit. Turns out to be a tricky procedure requiring a chopper to be flown twice along a path, but...

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Venice Pav

posted 06.11 in news.

The Oz tin shed is to be replaced. Di Stasio wins. From the news : “A new pavilion design will be selected by invitation, from a small hand-selected group of Australian architects.” Um… whose hand? Would have thought this would...

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Venice in retrospect

posted 06.11 in news.

I must apologise. A student from RMIT asked if I would publish this last October and I said, ‘sure!’ and then I somehow forgot. Although it is about a student’s visit to the 2010 Venice Bienalle, which was a while ago now, it is...

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Now for Now and When

posted 08.10 in news.

Just a reminder that the Australian exhibition (curated by John Gollings and Ivan Rijavec) at the Venice Architecture Biennale opens on Thursday. From the list of winners, it could be good. I will be keeping an eye open for images from Venice so we...

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