Unveiling Australia’s Venice Biennale Exhibition
There is no greater stage for the world of international architecture than the Venice Biennale. Showcasing the talents of architecture sectors worldwide, the Biennale unites the industry through shared innovation that encourages growth and diversity.
This year’s 13th Venice International Architecture Biennale upholds this ideology perhaps more than any other, promoting a Common Ground theme that encourages discussion and debate surrounding the evolution of architecture and the role that architects play in a modern built world.
In light of this theme, the newly-released plans for the Australian Pavilion ‘Formations: New Practices in Australian Architecture’, devised by a creative team headed by Anthony Burke and Gerard Reinmuth in collaboration with TOKO Concept Design, offer to ‘explore concepts that unite the architectural profession whilst celebrating points of difference’ according to the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA).