Current

Past Present and Future of Public Space

Knowledge sharing toward implementation
of the New Urban Agenda

in the context of
Biennale Sessions

Special Programme for Higher Education Institutions
at La Biennale di Venezia’s 16th International Architecture Exhibition

International symposium and workshop
Venice, 22-23 September 2018

organized by
City Space Architecture, Italy

in partnership with
UN-Habitat, Kenya
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Hunan University, China
ISOCARP – the International Society of City and Regional Planners
with the participation of professors and students from
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The Graduate Centre of City University of New York, USA
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
KTH Centre for the Future of Places, Sweden
Hunan University, China
Keio University, Japan
Lodz University of Technology, Poland
Manchester School of Architecture, United Kingdom
Meiji University, Japan
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Shanghai University, China
Stanford University, USA
Syracuse University in Florence, Italy
Tsinghua University, China
TU Vienna, Austria
Universidad Espíritu Santo, Ecuador
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
University of Auckland, New Zealand
University of Bologna, Italy
University of Cambridge, UK
University College Cork, Ireland
University of Florence, Italy
University of Nicosia, Cyprus
University of Palermo, Italy
University of Teheran, Iran

City Space Architecture is a non-profit organization based in Bologna, Italy
www.cityspacearchitecture.org


time space existence

At the exhibition “TIME SPACE EXISTENCE” Palazzo Mora, Venice.

Organised by the GAA Foundation and hosted by the European Cultural Centre in the context of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.

26th May until 25th November 2018
Private views 24th – 25th May 6pm to 10.30pm

www.palazzomora.org

Venice Catalogue


current : bruton cubis project (under construction)

The discussion about housing should be extended beyond the economic and political.

As a sculptor, my compulsion has been to create landscapes and environments that evoke a balance of spirit and matter, to explore the way in which the placement of an object can produce an awareness of our surroundings.

Sculpture and place are the same.

With a background in land art, it was a natural progression to apply these concerns to housing, one of the most prolific and fundamental human interactions with the environment.

The discussion about housing should be extended into the discussion of art.

www.lodestoneproperty.co.uk

Lodestone Catalogue