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[gallery ids="15626,15627"]The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
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[gallery ids="15626,15627"]The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
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[gallery ids="15626,15627"]The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
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[gallery ids="15626,15627"]The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled \u201cFundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?\u201d It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled \u201cFundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.\u201d In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America."},{"caption":"
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[gallery ids="15626,15627"]The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.
The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled \u201cFundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?\u201d It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled \u201cFundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.\u201d In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America."}];
The second edition of Greenhouse Talk, the event organized by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Rome, for reflections on themes connected with the development of architecture in an international debate, will be held in Venice, on the mornings of 5 and 6 June, during the opening of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. The conversations this year, in the spaces of the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, are moderated by Hans Ibelings, an architecture critic and historian, director of The Architecture Observer. The discussion focuses on the themes of the profession, in the light of the changes that impact both design culture and the market, investigating the fate of representation of architecture, interpreted above all in terms of the evolution of the cultural, geopolitical and economic confrontation happening on an international scale in our time. The encounter of 5 June is entitled “Fundamentals #1. What will be the future of the architectural profession?” It investigates possible future developments of the architectural profession, presently hampered by the market crisis, while being at the center of a phenomenon in which different design disciplines cross and overlap. On the morning of 6 June other reflections introduce the second conversation, entitled “Fundamentals #2. Representation of architecture.” In recent decades, and already at the start of the last century, the practice of displaying, narrating and representing architectural projects has grown. This is accompanied by the construction of places set aside to contain not just projects, but even fragments of architecture. Museums, architecture centers, institutes, biennials have multiplied over the last forty years, especially in Europe and North America.