Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: visitors can examine soapstone carvings and peer through narrow peepholes inside Canada's biennale pavilion, which focusses on architecture's role in the Inuit communities of Nunavut – the country's youngest and most northerly territory.
Unteres Bild. Kinder und erwachsenenstufen
Centre d'art Pariétal, Lascaux (France). Architecture by Mateo Arquitectura. Visualisation by Luxigon.
Dental INN / corporate architecture by Peter Stasek
Opposite House by rzlbd
“Moskva: Urban Space” Investigates the Future of Moscow’s Public Realm at the 2014 Venice Biennale