The 2010 architecture biennale goes 3D for an invigorating exhibition

Studio Mumbai's installation at the 2010 architecture biennale in Venice

Entering this year’s Arsenale I was greeted with a surreal vision of the future. Hoards of revering onlookers, 3D glasses strapped to their faces, mouths agape, as images of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa zooming around their EPFL campus on Segway scooters flashed before their eyes.

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