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Launch THE READER #11

The 11th International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia
Out There: Architecture Beyond Building

11 September 2008
18-19h
Dutch Pavilion

ArchiPhoenix Faculties for Architecture

The Dutch Pavilion in Venice

Volume and Abitare present together THE READER #11 on ‘Ecology of Information’.

In line with the Sustainable Dystopias installations, supported by Abitare and designed by Boeri Studio for the 11th Architecture Biennale of Venice, The Reader presents a series of articles which, in discussing the deeper meaning behind ‘ecosophie’, offers readers food for thought about the hot issue of urban sustainability. This issue of The Reader has been edited jointly by the editorial boards of Volume and Abitare, who have selected material from the international press and their respective archives.
Volume and Abitare collaboration has only just begun…

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  • This blog functions as a platform for thinking out loud on the evasive concept of 'sustainability’. Volume and Abitare both draw from their own experience and visions in an attempt to reassess what is at stake.
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