ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

AS A CIVIL RIGHT

Pavilion of Antigua and Barbuda

At the 16th International Architecture Exhibition

 La Biennale di Venezia

New School Faculty and Staff Support Antigua and Barbuda Installation at International La Biennale di Venezia Architecture

September 10, 2018

At this summer’s La Biennale Architectura, the country of Antigua and Barbuda hosted its first-ever National Pavilion — an installation exploring environmental justice as a civil right.

Supporting the installation and serving as co-sponsors was none other than The New School’s Tishman Environment and Design Center and Parsons School if Design, which served as sponsors and collaborators of the exhibition.

How to Do the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2018

May 31, 2018

The Biennale Architettura 2018, or Venice Architecture Biennale, is an architect’s dream—but it’s also a design adventure for visitors, a temporary theme park for interactive and experimental works. Running through November 25, the event turns the entire Venetian archipelago into a playground of events, plus permanent and semi-permanent pavilions and projects that transform historic palazziand parks into design destinations. Here’s our guide to making sense of it all.

Architecture Exhibition at 2018 Venice Biennale Shows Its Human Face

May 31, 2018

The sprawling International Architecture Exhibition, which opened on May 26 for a six-month run, reflects not only on the political implications of what gets built but also on the empty spaces in between.

Venice Architecture Biennale’s new crop of national pavilions for 2018

May 24, 2018

Each year Venice expands its pavilion-count as new nations join the fray to discuss their unique urban contexts on the global stage. This year, Venice welcomes Antigua & Barbuda, Saudi Arabia, Guatemala, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Holy See (hosted by the Vatican Chapels) to its crop of pavilions. As ground has been covered in the Giardini, where the longest-standing pavilions reside, the newbies occupy spaces in the Arsenale as well as new spaces of the city – the ever-expanding Biennale continues to grow.
 

New Blood

May 30, 2018

Thank you @meganjgibson for mentioning the Antigua & Barbuda National Pavilion in your article in Monocle as "perhaps the most overtly political of all the newcomers, seemingly less a soft-power push than a plea for help,"

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