HUMAN RELATIONS AND CREATIVITY

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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.

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