People take centre stage at 2010 architecture biennale

The Dutch pavilion, by Rietveld Landscape - Venice 2010

Source: Tom Greenall

“People meet in Architecture” is the rather quaint title of this year’s biannual frenzy of cocktail parties and free bags in Venice, nimbly curated by Kazuyo Sejima of SANAA. Trumpeting architecture’s noble role as a backdrop to the lives that inhabit it – or perhaps a sardonic critique of the ...

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