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The Israeli Pavillion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale is transformed into a laboratory for biologically inspired architectural research.
The LifeObject exhibition does away with distinctions which have long separated nature from artifice, examining new relations between human beings and their environment taking shape, from the nano-scale of individual cells to larger global environmental phenomena, and from the scale of materials to the urban structures they create.
Merging biology and architecture, LifeObject spans across all levels of animation, from the bio-inspired design of inanimate material, through dynamic inorganic material, to living material itself.
LifeObject - Merging Biology & Architecture
LifeObject is an exhibition at The Israeli Pavillion at the 15th Annual Venice Biennale of Architecture, curated by Dr. Ido Bachelet, Ben Bauer, Arielle Blonder, Dr. Yael Eylat Van Essen, and Noy Lazarovich.
Presenting Teams' Eve in Tel aviv
Jul 17, 2016
Coming soon - Architects' Conferrence At The Technion in Haifa
"LifeObject, Merging Biology & Architecture" Book Launch at ZEZEZE Architecture Gallery Tel-Aviv
Nov 15, 2016
Arch. Tagit Klimor & Prof. Ronit Sachi-Fainaro Lecture At Munio Gitay Museum in Haifa
Jan 25, 2017
Arch. Ruth Lahav Lectures in Jerusalem