Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 special
Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 special


temporary exhibitions + installations

London | Asif Khan – Serpentine Summer House 2016

London | Asif Khan – Serpentine Summer House 2016

For his design for the Serpentine Summer House 2016 program, British architect Asif Khan conceived a sun-responsive curvilinear “tea house” made in timber



LifeObject – Israel at the Venice Biennale 2016

LifeObject – Israel at the Venice Biennale 2016

“LifeObject”, the exhibition in the pavilion of Israel at the Venice Biennale 2016, investigates the relationship between biology and architecture



London | Yona Friedman – Serpentine Summer House 2016

London | Yona Friedman – Serpentine Summer House 2016

The Summer House in London designed by Yona Friedman for Serpentine Galleries is a modular structure inspired by his seminal project “The Spatial City”



Pavilion of the People’s Republic of China – Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

Pavilion of the People’s Republic of China – Venice Architecture Biennale 2016

“Daily Design, Daily Tao”, in the pavilion of the People’s Republic of China, is one of the best exhibitions at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale



London | Serpentine Summer House 2016 by Barkow Leibinger

London |  Serpentine Summer House 2016 by Barkow Leibinger

Barkow Leibinger designed their Summer House in Kensington Gardens, London, for Serpentine Galleries as a round-shaped open structure made of plywood loops



London | Serpentine Summer house 2016 by Kunlé Adeyemi

London | Serpentine Summer house 2016 by Kunlé Adeyemi

The Serpentine Summer House designed by Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi in London is a joyful celebration of the sense and basic components of architecture



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museums + temporary pavilions

London | Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by BIG

London | Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by BIG

London. The 2016 Serpentine Summer Pavilion at Kensington Gardens by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group is based on a “warped” brick wall creating a cave-like canyon



Pass Museum Timmelsjoch – Werner Tscholl Architects

Pass Museum Timmelsjoch – Werner Tscholl Architects

High mountain museums always have a peculiar charm, and the tube-shaped Pass Museum designed by Werner Tscholl at Timmelsjoch, Austria, is no exception



Ragnarock Roskilde – the golden museum of rock by MVRDV and COBE

Ragnarock Roskilde – the golden museum of rock by MVRDV and COBE

On April 29, 2016, the Crown Prince of Denmark Frederik inaugurated the new Ragnarock museum in Roskilde, designed by MVRDV and COBE architects



Lisbon | The MAAT designed by AL_A will open in October 2016

Lisbon | The MAAT designed by AL_A will open in October 2016

The MAAT Museum in Lisbon, designed by the British architectural office AL_A – Amanda Levete Architects, will open in October 2016



London | The renovated V&A by Amanda Levete Architects

London | The renovated V&A by Amanda Levete Architects

The design by Amanda Levete Architects for the renovated Victoria & Albert Museum on Exhibition Road, London, takes shape with a view to opening in 2017.



New Bauhaus Museum Dessau by Gonzalez Hinz Zabala

New Bauhaus Museum Dessau by Gonzalez Hinz Zabala

The project for the new Bauhaus Museum Dessau by Gonzalez Hinz Zabala architects takes its inspiration from the architecture and legacy of Walter Gropius





communication technology + components + various

Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality device – our test and review

Microsoft HoloLens mixed reality device – our test and review

Is Microsoft HoloLens the next step for Augmented and Mixed Reality devices? We have tested it in June 2016. We present here our review, opinion and verdict



Photo contest Postcards from Paris – The Winners

Photo contest Postcards from Paris  – The Winners

Final results and winning entries of Inexhibit’s photo competition organized in support of all museums of Paris after the November 13 2015 terrorist attacks



When museums became virtual – 2: now & beyond

When museums became virtual – 2: now & beyond

History of virtual museums, part 2. Virtual tours, augmented reality, intangible heritage, new immersive digital museums, experimental interaction devices



When museums became virtual – 1: the origins

When museums became virtual – 1: the origins

A brief history of virtual museums. Part 1: from early experiments to different types of digital museum to the virtual Guggenheim by Asymptote architects



Light sources for exhibition design – part 3

Light sources for exhibition design – part 3

Light sources for exhibition and museum design, part 2: performances and applications of LED lamps, Fiber Optic systems and electroluminescent LEC lighting



Light sources for exhibition design – part 2

Light sources for exhibition design – part 2

Light sources for exhibition and museum lighting design, part 2: description and applications of linear and compact fluorescent lamps and metal-halide bulbs




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