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Venice Biennale 2012 Russian Pavilion

Venice Biennale 2012 Russian Pavilion

Covered with QR-codes inner surface makes Russian Pavilion one of the most beautiful. Venice Biennale 2012 Russian Pavilion

Venice Biennale 2012 Russian Pavilion
First of all, one of the most attractive of the more than 50 national pavilions at the Venice Architecture Biennale this year has become the Russian Pavilion. In particular, covered with QR-codes all its inner surface impressed all visitors. This innovative project called Skolkovo named after real Skolkovo, which is the equivalent of Silicon Valley. Grigory Revzin, the commissioner of the pavilion, said: “Skolkovo – a high-tech project, symbolizing new life levels. It’s about how science and modern technology are in human life. That’s why our show – exceptional this year. We have created a space that is both real and virtual”. 13th Biennale, held every two years, will be held until November 25.

Russian Pavilion

Meanwhile, visitors decode using tablet computers to explore ideas for a new Russian city dedicated to science

Every surface inside the top floor of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale is covered with QR codes, which visitors decode using tablet computers to explore ideas for a new Russian city dedicated to science.

The Skolkovo science and technology center will be located near Moscow by 2017 and bring together 500 companies working on IT, biomedical research, nuclear research, energy and space technology plus a university and homes.

13th Architecture Biennale. The Russian Pavilion presents the video installation ‘i-city’ at the Giardini della Biennale park during the Architecture Biennale 2012 in Venice, Italy, 27 August 2012.

The architectural team includes Pierre de Meuron, Rem Koolhaas, Kazuyo Sejima and the Venice Architecture Biennale’s director David Chipperfield, plus the winners of several rounds of competitions to be held as the project progresses.

Venice Biennale 2012 Russian Pavilion

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