there is no more difficult than scene-setting in architecture! The Venice Biennale, which is the responsibility of this hard work, there succeeded not always. And most of the exhibitions lack of readability immersing ourselves in too many models, too many pictures, too many explanations away from the viewer of a reality that it is especially necessary to feel. It is for this reason that the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, in Paris, has taken the opposite course by asking the three great figures of france today to stage their universe, with a different perspective: that of writers, historians and art critics such as Richard Scoffier for Frederic Borel, Colin Lemoine, Marc Barani, Dominique Boudet for the duo Ibos & Vitart. Their words took shape thanks to a team of graphic designers, videographers, and photographers to ensure that it is accessible and tangible.
Frédéric Borel, School of Architecture Val de Seine, in Paris. Frédéric Borel/Cité de l’architecture et du Patrimoine Frederic Borel/Cité de l’architecture et du Patrimoine
These three prominent figures who were awarded the national grand prize of architecture-have shaped the landscape of …
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