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Biennale di Venezia and Google have made the 15th International Architecture Exhibition “Reporting From The Front”, curated by Alejandro Aravena, fully available on Google Arts & Culture, along with a selection of National Participations and Collateral Events. #Architecture #Design #Art #BiennaleVenezia PH: © Gianluca Giordano

Biennale di Venezia and Google have made the 15th International Architecture Exhibition “Reporting From The Front”, curated by Alejandro Aravena, fully available on Google Arts & Culture, along with a selection of National Participations and Collateral Events. #Architecture #Design #Art #BiennaleVenezia PH: © Gianluca Giordano

Introductory Room at Arsenale, Venice Architecture Biennale 2016. Photo by Laurian Ghinitoiu | Yellowtrace

Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 Highlights

First Look: "Reporting from the Front" Arsenale Exhibition,© Laurian Ghinitoiu

Projects by pH+ Architects for expansion of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP) in Haringey, London, designed in collaboration with BD Landscape Architects, include a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that capture children’s imagination, intended to permit learning through play: a rooftop garden of the senses, an outdoor kitchen and a treehouse.

The Milkshake Tree is a temporary installation designed by pH+ Architects for the 2016 London Festival of Architecture: a sensorial inclusive space to stimulate

Aravena's "Reporting From The Front" Is Nothing Like Koolhaas' 2014 Biennale—But It's Equally as Good,The "Reporting From the Front" exhibition. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu

Gallery of Aravena's "Reporting From The Front" Is Nothing Like Koolhaas' 2014 Biennale—But It's Equally as Good - 2

Image 12 of 45 from gallery of First Look: "Reporting from the Front" Arsenale Exhibition. Photograph by Laurian Ghinitoiu

Reporting from the Front or an affront to architecture?

Alejandro Aravena’s 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, themed Reporting from the Front, left the critics with vexed feelings.

ARCHI-NAUTA. Sailing on Arts, Design, Architecture: Biennale Architettura Venezia 2016: REPORTING FROM...

Main exhibition at Giardini. Courtesy of la Biennale di Venezia, 2015

Projects by pH+ Architects for expansion of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP) in Haringey, London, designed in collaboration with BD Landscape Architects, include a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that capture children’s imagination, intended to permit learning through play: a rooftop garden of the senses, an outdoor kitchen and a treehouse.

The Milkshake Tree is a temporary installation designed by pH+ Architects for the 2016 London Festival of Architecture: a sensorial inclusive space to stimulate

Projects by pH+ Architects for expansion of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP) in Haringey, London, designed in collaboration with BD Landscape Architects, include a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that capture children’s imagination, intended to permit learning through play: a rooftop garden of the senses, an outdoor kitchen and a treehouse.

The Milkshake Tree is a temporary installation designed by pH+ Architects for the 2016 London Festival of Architecture: a sensorial inclusive space to stimulate

Projects by pH+ Architects for expansion of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP) in Haringey, London, designed in collaboration with BD Landscape Architects, include a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that capture children’s imagination, intended to permit learning through play: a rooftop garden of the senses, an outdoor kitchen and a treehouse.

The Milkshake Tree is a temporary installation designed by pH+ Architects for the 2016 London Festival of Architecture: a sensorial inclusive space to stimulate

Projects by pH+ Architects for expansion of the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy (LCCCP) in Haringey, London, designed in collaboration with BD Landscape Architects, include a series of indoor and outdoor spaces that capture children’s imagination, intended to permit learning through play: a rooftop garden of the senses, an outdoor kitchen and a treehouse.

The Milkshake Tree is a temporary installation designed by pH+ Architects for the 2016 London Festival of Architecture: a sensorial inclusive space to stimulate

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