Australians in Venice for the architecture biennale

Australians make a global impact at the world’s premier architectural event prompting greater environmental and gender considersations.
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Repair installation at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Photo Rory Gardiner

Over 200 leading names in architecture and design gathered at the official opening of the Australian Pavilion earlier this week, to mark the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.

This year the Pavilion was presented by the Australian Institute of Architects, an installation titled Repair by Melbourne architects Baracco+Wright (Louise Wright and Mauro Baracco) and was a collaboration with artist Linda Tegg.

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