Venice Architecture Biennale 2012

 

Spontaneous Interventions

 

Curators' Statement: Spontaneous Interventions

Design Actions for the Common Good

 

U.S. Pavilion, 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale

Spontaneous Interventions #1 to #16

From 78th Street Play Street to Brooklyn Night Bazaar.

Spontaneous Interventions #17 to #31

From Bubbleware by Rebar to Day Labor Station by Public Architecture.

Spontaneous Interventions #32 to #46

From Depave to Greenaid Seedbomb Vending Machine by COMMONstudio.

Spontaneous Interventions #47 to #62

From Guerrilla Bike Lanes to LA Green Grounds.

Spontaneous Interventions #63 to #77

From Legal Waiting Zone by Ghana ThinkTank to No Longer Empty.

Spontaneous Interventions #78 to #92

From Occupy Wall Street to Place Pulse by MIT Media Lab.

Spontaneous Interventions #93 to #108

From Pop Up City to Serendipitor by Mark Shepard.

Spontaneous Interventions #109 to #124

From Skipping Only Zones by Design That Moves You to Yarnbombing.

the banners, designed by m-a-d and freecell. each intervention's team chose the percentages for the color scheme of their banner. the system of counterweights can be seen on the right.

Exhibition Design for the U.S. Pavilion at the Biennale

A look at the Spontaneous Interventions exhibition at the 2012 Venice Biennale.

 
 
 

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