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Friday, 15 March 2013

RIBA Exhibition – Venice Takeaway – Ideas to Change British Architecture

The exhibition.


Venice Takeaway – Ideas to Change British Architecture is part of a current exhibition at the RIBA which was first shown in the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012. The exhibition displays the research of architects and academics who travelled around the world searching for solutions to the challenges and issues facing architects today. Highlights include proposals for floating buildings (Waterhoods) in London, proposals for a socialist village in Beijing, research into prefabricated schools in Rio de Janeiro by Oscar Niemeyer, and research into land use with the Centre for Land Use Interpretation in Los Angeles.

Click here for more information on the exhibition (links to the RIBA website).

The exhibition is on the first floor of the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1B and is open until 27th April 2013.


Floating communities in the Netherlands by dRMM.
Proposals for Waterhoods in London by dRMM.
Proposals for a socialist village in Beijing by Darryl Chen.
Proposals for a socialist village in Beijing by Darryl Chen.
Paper Architecture by Ross Anderson and Anna Gibb.


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