Venice Studio 23 International Architecture Workshop Presentations – with Snøhetta, MVRDV, Dogma, Salottobuono, Zaha Hadid Architects
Students from the Venice Studio 23 architecture and design workshop present their final projects for Venice to a jury of international architects.
Projects are developed over an intensive two-week period in Venice with leading international architecture and design firms in conjunction with local organisations by students from 31 countries representing 26 schools of architecture. The participating firms are: Snøhetta (Oslo), MVRDV (Rotterdam), Dogma (Brussels), Salottobuono (Milan) and Zaha Hadid Architects (London).
The projects presented investigate themes considered important to each firm for the future of the discipline and for the needs of Venice:
Food Production Infrastructure on the Islands of the Venetian Lagoon
by MVRDV Studio
Living and Working in Venice
by Dogma Studio
Temporary Public Space Architectures
by Salottobuono Studio
Redevelopment of the Venezia FC Football Stadium
by Zaha Hadid Architects Studio
Local Industry Between Land and Water
by Snøhetta Studio
Presentations in English.
About Venice Studio Venice Studio is an annual gathering of leading architecture and urbanism practices investigating the future of design practice with students from around the globe working together in a suite of intensive design studio workshops.
Image by students: Jacklyn Mickey (TU Delft), Mariel Elizondo (Universidad de Monterrey), Kaiting Huang (University of Melbourne), Cameron Scott (Iowa State University)