To make your visit of Big Architecture festival in Ljubljana even more interesting and delightful we are inviting all attendees to take part in the organised trip to 17th International Venice Architecture Biennale which is dedicated to theme – HOW WILL WE LIVE TOGETHER? It asserts the overlooked role of the architect as both cordial convener and custodian of the spatial contract.
You will spend one day in the green Giardini and in the “shipbuilding” Arsenal in Venice.
October 17, 2020
Registration Fee: 95 eur
Registration fee includes:
– transportation (by bus and vaporetto),
– excursion organization,
– one day Biennale ticket,
Trip will be organised if 50 participants will be registered.
Biennale Architettura 2020 maintains that it is in its material, spatial, and cultural specificity that architecture inspires the ways we live together. In that respect.
This year Biennale is curated by architect and scholar Hashim Sarkis (principal architect of Hashim Sarkis Studios and Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Hashim Sarkis’ research and from the individual participating countries a number of examples that besides informing us on the different realities and the current trends and conflicts, can let us imagine a world at work to face those issues, and in particular a world of architecture committed to thinking, imagining and realising new solutions.
As usual, the 17th International Architecture Exhibition will also present the National Participations with their own exhibitions in the Pavilions at the Giardini and the Arsenale, as well as around the historic city centre of Venice.This edition will also include selected Collateral Events, presented by international institutions, which will organise their exhibitions and initiatives in Venice con-currently with the 17th Exhibition.
Anyone who desires will, of course, also be able to take a stroll into the ever-magical Venice or any of the special exhibitions scattered throughout the exhibitions and palaces of the water city.