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Finland (Aalto)

New Standards


  • TUE - SUN
    22/05 > 31/07
    11 am - 7 pm

    01/08 > 21/11
    10 am - 6 pm
  • Giardini
  • Admission with ticket

Commissioner: Katarina Siltavuori, Director Archinfo Finland
Curators: Laura Berger, Philip Tidwell, Kristo Vesikansa
Exhibitors: Juuso Westerlund

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Description

The project is an exploration of the intersection between the proficiency of architecture and the performance of inhabitants. This transversal approach to the profession attempts to shed light on the implications of architecture in a rapidly changing contemporary world. The exhibition proposes an optimistic view of the world where inhabitant communities are impelled to act on their living environments, their everyday lives. Through documentaries on living communities at work on the transformation of their daily environments, from Johannesburg to Hanoi, from Detroit to Bordeaux and Mérignac, we propose a different angle from which to look at the life that is already present everywhere, along with the means of an astute, accurate and tactful strategy to enhance it.

Biennale Sneak Peek

Image 1 – How will we live together?
Women plant potatoes in the Nekala area of the city of Tampere, Finland. During World War Two, every family sought to produce at least a part of their own food through gardens at home.
Photo: ELKA

 

Image 2 – Sneak peek of the project
Photographer Juuso Westerlund on a case study trip to Barranquilla, Colombia. Modest working-class houses built in the mid-1950’s have evolved in response to the changing needs of residents.
Photo: Philip Tidwell


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