Studio INI’s skeletal and ‘disobedient’ installation for the Greek entry at London Design Biennale responds to body movement

DISOBEDIENT. Greece ENTRY by StudioINI @ London Design Festival 2018 - Photo by Ed Reeve.

The Greeks have a quite disobedient temperament! Studio INI’s kinetic installation at London Design Biennale 2018 morphs around the bodies of visitors passing through it and challenges the very static understanding of architecture. What if buildings could shape themselves around us? Disobey to prove it right!

London Design Biennale 2018 goes emotional

London Design Festival 2018. Australia installation: photo by Ed Reeve.

Themed ‘Emotional States’, London Design Biennale 2018 focuses on the power of design to create, trigger and shape emotions. We selected 12 of the best installations on show including a kinetic architecture adapting to body movement, a rainbow structure celebrating LGBT right to equal love, nostalgia-infused wallpapers and a temporary shelter and objects designed by refugees.

The School of Athens: Greece Pavilion in Venice explores the architecture of academic free spaces across the globe

The School of Athens exhibition by Neiheiser Argyros - Photo by Ugo Carmeni; courtesy of the Greek Pavilion @ Venice Biennale 2018.

3D-printed models of internationally renown educational spaces populate ‘The School of Athens’ exhibition at the Greek Pavilion to create a stepped symposium for learning free space.

5 Brutalist buildings screaming for justice at Venice Architecture Biennale 2018

5 Brutalist buildings screaming for justice at Venice Biennale 2018. Rome's Corviale - Photo by @alessandro.guida via IG.

Venice Biennale 2018 – While the Robin Hood Gardens in London are being demolished, 4 other Brutalist buildings screaming for justice show that even concrete giants have ha chance to redeem.

Border walls’ architecture from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe

Border Walls - View of Spanish-Moroccoan fence in Melilla

Trump’s wall and the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) splitting the Korean peninsula in two… These border walls are just the tip of a global iceberg. Archipanic explores protectionist and divisive constructions across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.