Coming 'Next': Venice's window on the future
This year's Venice Biennale of Architecture, set to open its doors to the public on 8 September, provides a unique preview of key buildings on the way over the next few years. The exhibition, entitled 'Next', will feature only schemes that will actually be constructed - a deliberate move by curator Deyan Sudjic to move away from 'paper architecture'.
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