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15th Architecture Biennale, Venice

15th Architecture Biennale, Venice

Main installation for the Israel pavilion: experimental work with composites inspired by a bird's nest

Experimental project in composite materials shaped without moulds. The central installation for the Israeli pavilion at the 15th Venice architecture Biennale is inspired by the structure of a bird's nest. An intricate volume of 27 cubic meters is created by 1500 composite segments, manufactured without moulds and structured without any joints or gluing, creating a stable structure of 150kgs only!

Dr. Arch. Arielle Blonder and the curating team Israeli Pavilino 2016

Venice

2016

Status:

Finished