HUMAN RELATIONS AND CREATIVITY
In ‘Weaving Architecture' by Miralles
Tagliabue (1), the manual technique of weaving humanizes public spaces. Different materials are used to blur the boundaries of space, to make them welcoming.
‘Another Generosity' is the title of the Nordic Countries (2) at the Giardini. Its aim is to show a vision of a future where architecture can adapt to the surroundings, in the same way that humans do. Swiss architect Mario Botta (3) presents ‘Introduction to Architecture', an impressive timber structure that hosts research work conducted by students of architecture.
‘Work, body, leisure', the title of the Netherlands' Pavilion (4), explores living conditions and ideas related to the human body in the workplace: an invitation to use creativity responsibly.
'Kere Architecture' (5) develops innovative strategies combining techniques and traditional building materials with contemporary methods of engineering. The project presented is by a school in Burkina Faso.