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Posters in Italian and English advertising Muf’s British Pavilion

‘Two-way traffic’: Liza Fior and Katherine Clarke of Muf discuss the Villa Frankenstein

Muf Architecture’s British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale takes a strand of British architectural practice rooted in research and collaboration to the world stage. Here we preview the collaborations with artists, scientists and schools that created the ‘Villa Frankenstein’

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