Friday, 20 June 2014
Moscow's installation at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale highlights elementary shifts in architecture throughout the city's past, and reveals new urban possibilities. The exhibition features inverted prisms that hang from the ceiling with photographs of familiar buildings attached to them.
The photographs change with the viewers' perspective, allowing twice as many large-scale images to be presented in the space.
Homebuildlife subscribers can see all our highlights from the Biennale for VM and retail design here.