Reflections on architecture
Another 1000 miles north taking in Luxembourg and Belgium took the total country count to eight and provided plenty time to reflect.
We had come to the Biennale without much idea of what to expect and with a degree of uncertainty about how much we would be able to achieve beyond our minimum aspirations given tight controls in Venice during the festival. After a week of initially finding our feet, exploring the possibilities and later becoming increasingly adventurous in our exploits (with the support of the event organisers) we have come away feeling content with what we have achieved and impressed by the work of the other practices.
I would like to say thanks for all of the help and support provided over the course of the Critical Dialogues project to Ian and Sandy from the Scottish Government, A+DS, Polyscot for fabricating the panels, Lottie, Anne and Lloyd from the British Pavilion, Jonathan, Gilmar, Judith W, Dele, Marc and Becca from Pidgin Perfect, Judith, Adrian and Betty from Do Architecture, Hanneke and Kathy from Stone Opera, Nick, Limma, Vifill and Halla for their support throughout and in particular to Murdo for joining us on the road, taking some great photos and his technical help assistance.
So to sign off, I'll leave you with a little video we made on the ferry in Amsterdam,
a picture of Gilmar Ribeiro - because we love his unique camera stance and
Gunnar with the buskers who didn't require any money to play for us inside the gallery....
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