Architecture Biennale Venice 2018
Interview to Alberto Lago Venetian Architect and designer
Alberto Lago (1982) lived and worked in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Stuttgart until arriving in Venice where he lives and works today. Alberto has received numerous awards and he published in several magazines.
“The Happenstance” establishes a Freespace in the garden of Palazzo Zenobio in Venice.
The Glasgow‐based architects Baxendale studio have built a bookshelf armature, inspired by the venetian bridge crossing the canal, the timber playful walk board cross the garden transforming the neglected empty space into an interactive playground area inviting locals and attracting new visitors. With the aim to create participated activity and new ways to enjoy the freedoms of a serenity space.Children are busy playing, also participating to workshops with artists‐in‐residence, sharing tools and materials to prepare local performance.Outdoor cinema screen to gather together family young and new visitors enjoying the fresh air of a Venetian night.
Curated by WAVEparticle in collaboration with a wider team of artists and architects and promoted by the Scotland + Venice partnership: Scottish Government, Architecture and Design Scotland, Creative Scotland, British Council and Year of Young People/Young Scot.
The Happenstance is a collateral event of the 16th edition of the Biennale di Venezia
TARGET is a research project aimed at identifying, selecting and comparing the architectural careers of the top worldwide architects. Establishing a network for an exchange of experiences and knowledges to investigate the innovative architectural practices that are cleverly (re)shaping the world.The goal is to provide a source of inspiration for younger generations and to highlight cutting edge architecture.
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