OfficeUS Looks at the Architectural Exports of the States

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Jun 11, 2014
References: officeus.org & designboom
OfficeUS is the United States pavilion on display at the Venice Biennale Architecture event. The exhibition examines the architectural exports of the US over the past hundred years.

Catalogs and documents make up a lot of the pavilion, dating back to 1914, a hundred years ago. The area also consists of architectural tools, both inside the office and out. Visitors are encouraged to enter the area and wander around, taking in the impact that the US has had on architecture and the modern world over the last hundred years. Interestingly, the area actually is meant to be a functioning architectural workspace too, so that people really get a sense of what it's like to be an architect today.

Photo Credits: designboom, officeus.org