The slogan chosen by Hashim Sarkis invites us to reflect on how Architecture can provide answers to our coexistence.

The growing political divisions, economic inequalities, and migration flows have all in common being defined by limits, both physical or symbolic.

It is an opportunity to understand and redefine them.

In the XXI century, the digital era and climate change accelerate these modifications of the boundaries as we knew them.

Immigration, nationalism, economy or social networks generate limits that define our way of interacting between countries, regions, and individuals.

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architect: clkarchitects  |  team: JoaquĆ­n Vaquero, Christian Alvarez, Christian Maier, Nelson Palma, Marina Villalobos  |  client: Ministerio de Fomento  |  status: Competition (2020)  |  competition: Spanish Pavilion  |  location: Venice, Italy (45.429433, 12.357499)  |  climate: Humid subtropical, Temperate  |  material: undefined  |  environment: Park  |  visualizer: Estudio NOD  |  scale: 300 m2 small  |  types: cultural, pavilion  |  views: 535

same competition (+1)

Alex Tintea | clkarchitects