Wallpaper features the Catalan Pavilion ‘Air/Aria/Aire’ in its virtual tour

Tour the 2021 National Pavilions at Venice Architecture Biennale

Stuck at home? We got you. Our virtual tour of the 2021 National Pavilions at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale will help transport you to the avant-garde of contemporary architecture from across the globe […]

Catalan Pavilion

Curator Olga Subirós’ proposal for the Catalan Pavilion examines how architects can improve air pollution in modern cities and, consequently, make impactful change on two interconnected crises – global climate change and local public health. Starting with the city of Barcelona as a case of study, Catalan architecture firm 300.000 Km/s will present new cartographies for the city revealing specific actions that can be taken against air pollution in cities for an immediate positive impact. These cartographies will form the basis of an audiovisual installation that presents the vulnerabilities, impacts and opportunities of cities in relation to air pollution.

Wallpaper featured the Catalan Pavilion 'Air/Aria/Aire' in its virtual tour
Related Project

Institut Ramon Llull. Catalonia in Venice

Biennale Architettura Venice 2021

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