In the lagoon for the Biennale 2010 is much going on including green building and eco-friendly architecture. At the pavilion of the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic Gardens, the designer Martin Raijnis proposes a particular development all played on the wood.
This is in fact a reflection on this material and design according to human nature, rejecting waste and exasperated technological sophistication.
The Czech architect after thirty years of his career and after having traveled so-called third and fourth in the world, decided to close his studio (author of fgrandi projects world-famous and significant holdings at international exhibitions such as Expo 1986, where distinguished himself with a multimedia installation) to undertake the path of sustainability in architecture.
Wood, in fact, is especially useful in development because it reduces consumption in structures and can absorb and release heat.
Natural Architecture by Martin Rajnis
Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Gardens) – Pavilion of Czech Republic and Slovakia
From 29 August 2010 to November 21, 2010
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