The Venice Biennale British Pavilion remains steadfastly London-centric
According to Emily Campbell, head of design and architecture at the British Council, Britain has an ‘expanding cast of architects held in high regard internationally’ (AJ 28.08.08). They will not be represented in the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, which will once again grandstand a small coterie of London practices.
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