IAAC Master students and Faculty are visiting this weekend the  13th International  Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition titled Common Ground, directed by David Chipperfield.
With this year’s theme, Common Ground, we go back to talking about architecture to help architects emerge from the crisis of identity they are going through, and at the same time offering the public a chance to look inside architecture, make it familiar and discover that something can be asked of it, that something different is possible, that we are not condemned to passive acceptance.
IAAC group of 65 students arrived in Venice today and the architectural visit started with the 29 international Pavilions of the Giardini Exhibition.

Among others, IAAC group visited the awarded Japanese pavilion as well as the Spanish pavilion where projects of IAAC faculty and members of the IAAC scientific committee are being displayed.

The tour also included visits on the traditional city of Venice while tomorrow IAAC students and faculty will be visiting the Arsenale Central Exhibition.
The IAAC traditional mask party is also about to come!

More info about the Venice Biennale exhibition HERE

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