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The dates of the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale and the curator, Lesley Lokko, have been announced

21-12-2021

The dates of the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale and the curator, Lesley Lokko, have been announced

Lesley Lokko, architect, writer and university lecturer, founder and director of the African Futures Institute, a postgraduate school in architecture and public events platform, was appointed as curator of the 18th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia 2023. The Board of La Biennale di Venezia announced the news on December 14, 2021, together with the dates of the international event that will take place in the Italian city from May 20 to November 26, 2023.

H&A Associati designs NH Collection Venezia Murano Villa

07-12-2021

H&A Associati designs NH Collection Venezia Murano Villa

On the island of Murano, renowned for its long tradition of glass-making, an old and historic glass factory has been the subject of a careful urban regeneration project, carried out by the H&A Associati architectural firm, and transformed into a new hotel for the NH Collection chain. Brick is the fil rouge that ties together the pre-existing buildings to the new construction elements in every part of the complex, from the internal spaces to the common areas, up to the rooms and suites.

The themes of COP26 and of the Venice Biennale in the webinars organised by the Iris Ceramica Group

25-11-2021

The themes of COP26 and of the Venice Biennale in the webinars organised by the Iris Ceramica Group

The last week of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Biennale di Venezia also saw the conclusion of the offer of webinars promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group as part of Resilient Communities - Italian Pavilion and organised by The Plan magazine. Thanks to the contributions of the many and important international guests, the themes covered by COP26, the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties, were addressed and adapted to the architectural landscape. Moreover, the virtuous processes of urban regeneration carried out in various so-called Italian media cities were also presented, which saw a high and interested participation of the part of the public.

2021 Festa dell’Architetto and winners of the Italian awards

16-11-2021

2021 Festa dell’Architetto and winners of the Italian awards

Venice hosted the Festa dell’Architetto 2021 on November 5. The Conference of the Orders of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Conservationists in the Sala delle Colonne in Ca’ Giustinian, home of La Biennale di Venezia, concluded with a keynote address by architect Jette Cathrin Hopp of Snøhetta, president of the annual prize jury, and the presentation of the “Architetto/a Italiano/a 2021” and “Giovane Talento dell’Architettura italiana 2021” awards.

Media Cities Appunto Acqua Webinar Iris Ceramica Group and Resilient Communities - Biennale di Venezia

08-11-2021

Media Cities Appunto Acqua Webinar Iris Ceramica Group and Resilient Communities - Biennale di Venezia

Two new webinars complete the initiatives promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group in the context of Resilient Communities – the Italian Pavilion and organised by The Plan magazine. The focus shifts to cities, and particularly "media cities", to discuss and compare experiences of urban regeneration and development for the future centring around the elements and key resources of water and greenery.

Maison Fibre at the 2021 Architecture Biennale

29-10-2021

Maison Fibre at the 2021 Architecture Biennale

We are entering the last weeks of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. Among the many and diverse exhibitions inside the Arsenale building, we were struck by Maison Fibre, a unique display that explores an alternative approach to the design and construction of buildings where to live and work in the future, all starting from a new type of material culture.

Climate change and creativity webinar at Resilient Communities, Biennale di Venezia

29-10-2021

Climate change and creativity webinar at Resilient Communities, Biennale di Venezia

"Climate change and creativity" is the third appointment of the webinars promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group, within the Resilient Community - Italian Pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia and organised by The Plan magazine. The theme of the webinar brings to the attention of the public the drastic need to adopt a transdisciplinary, visionary and radical approach, to find effective and innovative solutions that can reverse the course we are currently on and transform cities and communities into open systems, resilient to climate change.

Architecture and Adaptation - Resilient Communities Biennale di Venezia

19-10-2021

Architecture and Adaptation - Resilient Communities Biennale di Venezia

Adaptation and resilience: the keywords to tackle climate change. One of the most important challenges we face today is redesigning the structure of cities and of the spaces between cities, to make them resilient and find new balance after the occurrence of unforeseen or catastrophic events. It is precisely this issue that will be discussed today, October 19, at the second webinar promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group, within the Resilient Community - Italian Pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia, and organised by The Plan magazine.

The themes of COP26 at Resilient Communities, Italian Pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

01-10-2021

The themes of COP26 at Resilient Communities, Italian Pavilion at the Biennale di Venezia

From October 5 to November 16, the Italian Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Biennale di Venezia presents 4 webinars dedicated to the themes that will be the subject of the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties, also known as COP26, scheduled to be held in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12. The events, promoted by the Iris Ceramica Group as part of the "Resilient Communities" Italian Pavilion and organised by The Plan magazine, will feature important international guests, to be introduced by architect Alessandro Melis, curator of the Italian Pavilion.

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