The Russian Pavilion put up at the Venice Architecture Biennale takes the form of an international trade fair, and is cleverly titled 'Fair Enough.'
The design comes with sales representatives and different sections with items on display such as artwork, medical pieces and planes to name a few. All of this was completed under the blanket theme of Absorbing Modernity: 1914-2014. Another motivating factor for the organization of the Russian Pavilion is to showcase Russia's move into modernization over the years. Organizers of the design decided on showing this in a non-linear manner, allowing visitors to wander throughout the structure and take in the various moments of history as they came about over the last 100 years in the country.
Photo Credits: designboom, labiennale.org
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