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greenskins lab featured in Venice exhibition
Jul 07, 2021
TIME SPACE EXISTENCE features projects that focus on water urbanism and green, resilient cities
Associate Professor Daniel Roehr and greenskins lab team (Jon Laurenz, Jericho Bankston, Feng Wu, Isabel Kunigk, and Kevin Kong) have been invited to exhibit at the TIME SPACE EXISTENCE exhibition, an extensive biennial architecture and design exhibition in Venice, Italy, from May 22 to November 21, 2021, coinciding with the Venice Architecture Biennale. The event will be held in the historical centre of Venice at Palazzo Mora (lab exhibition location), Palazzo Bembo and the Giardini Marinaressa. View the virtual exhibition walk-through below. The greenskins lab display can be found on the third floor.
The lab is presenting their ongoing research of a globally usable Low Impact Design (LID) application to dimension LID in the concept phase of urban design projects. They also present the content of their international LID workshops and lectures and current LID design examples being implemented in Europe through panels and a video created at multiple locations via Zoom.
The exhibition features an international group of 212 architects, artists, academics, and creative professionals from over 51 countries. The participants were invited to investigate our relationship with space and time, re-envisioning new ways of living and rethinking architecture through a larger lens. This year’s edition features projects that focus on water urbanism, green and resilient cities, development of new and natural materials, and construction systems and methods.