The Antarctic Pavilion is on display at the Venice Architecture Exhibition, and it explores the different forms of life in this cold region of the world, along with any life that could exist here in the future.
The pavilion is quite the mix between architecture and science, as both professions are at play in the installation. Out of all of the pavilions that have been put on display for this event, this is by far the most scientific of them all, and helps with making viewers think about architecture's relationship to life. This architecture does not necessarily have to do with buildings, but simply the general makeup of climate and environment, and how that effects life on earth in one of the most challenging places to survive: the poles.
Photo Credits: designboom, labiennale.org
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