Undeniably one of the most intriguing national pavilions at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, Russia’s QR code covered room is a dazzling presentation that sees the technology being used in a whole new light. It the most popular among World Architects and visitors are equally enamored.
The innovation city called Skolkovo calls for its visitors to use iPads to decode the concept for the actual Skolkovo, a futuristic city-in-planning which will be located near Moscow; it is said to be the equivalent of a Silicon Valley. This is the 13th edition of the Biennale and it will run until November 25. The Biennale itself is held every two years.
“Skolkovo is a high-tech project, it’s all about innovation, about new level of living, about how science and modern technologies come into human’s life. That is why our exposition is exceptional one this year. We have created a space that is physical and virtual at the same time.” – Grigory Revzin, commissioner of the pavilion.
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