From the available city to communities at work
Common, community driven architecture brings together elements from two exhibitions held in recent years around the theme of the shared city and communities that operate outside of normalised, commercial circuits and relationships: David Brown's vision for the Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2021 and Christophe Hutin's French representation at the Venice Architecture Biennale held the same year.
Despite the thematic proximity that unites the two approaches, each is distinguished by the singularity of the experiences it relates. Unprecedented experiences that have durably affected the lives of those who took part in them, all too ready serve as examples.
Through a selection of examples and proposals from different continents, the exhibition explores what an active design of spaces with their inhabitants would look like.
The French Pavilion at the Venice International Art and Architecture Bienniales is put on by the Institut français.
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