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Nature nurtured: Carla Juaçaba Studio, BrazilSubscription
Carla Juaçaba exploits lush settings to the full, deploying abundant glazing, simple lines and deftly orchestrating light
A standout triumph of Freespace is Scotland’s rebellious contribution which exuberantly challenges the entire edifice of the Biennale with a participatory pavilion-cum-festival as much of Scotland as of Venice
Top five picks from the 2018 Venice BiennaleSubscription
The spritzes have been sunk, the cicchetti devoured and this year’s Venice Biennale digested – here are our editors’ five highlights
While there are some interesting contributions, the main exhibition’s incoherence proves that brilliant architects do not necessarily make good curators
Venice: problems and possibilitiesSubscription
From AR May 1971, a special issue devoted to the plight of Venice which predicted ‘the revival of Venice, the restoration of her new true dignity, the safeguarding of her purposes and the honouring of her heritage’
As a melting pot of art and culture, Venice has historically been a source of inspiration for many
Competition: Waterproof, VeniceSubscription
An open international ideas contest has been launched to upgrade the University of Venice’s waterfront planning faculty (Deadline: 3 November)
A deeply depressing and urgent analysis offers previous few glimmers of hope that must be seized if Venice is to survive
The Estonian Centre of Architecture has launched an open international contest for the country’s €50,000 pavilion at next year’s architecture biennale in Venice (Deadline: 31 May)
Now that we’ve scraped the Giardini dust from our shoes and scrubbed the Aperol from our party frocks, can anything practical be taken from Aravena’s Biennale?
The frontline of British architecture today is not just a housing crisis, it is a crisis of our entire form of life, writes curator Jack Self
If the Venice Biennale is an often criticized event, could Koolhaas’ 2014 edition succeed in being more substantial?
Charles Jencks critiques the Venice Biennale’s portrayals of democracy
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