Architecture and Future Mobility – GRAFT is part of the Italian Virtual Pavilion at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale
At this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, Italy is launching its first Virtual Architecture Pavilion showing an online exhibition with the title CityX Venice to further extend its progressive and global outreach. City X responds to the Biennales main exhibition topic ‘How will we live together?' curated by Hashim Sarkis and aims to highlight, unfold, and present progressive international architecture and related research.
GRAFT has been selected as an exhibitor by Peter Russel, one of the Creative Directors of the Virtual Pavilion and Dean of the Institute for Future Human Habitat Studies, Tsinghua Shenzhen International Graduate School. With the clip “Architecture and Future Mobility” GRAFT highlights three projects that demonstrate the growing demand for architectural innovation in the field of mobility: the e-charging stations for E.ON, the VoloPort stations for Volocopter air taxis and the maglev train station for Max Bögl.
The Venice Architecture Biennale is open until the 21st of November.
Click here to watch GRAFTs' contribution.
CityX Venice exhibition online at http://cityxvenice.org.