Explore Ground Floor, Venice Biennale and more!

Explore related topics

Ground Floor Crisis (14th Venice Biennale of Architecture – 2014)

Ground Floor Crisis (14th Venice Biennale of Architecture – 2014)

Ground Floor Crisis Venice Biennale of Architecture –

Ground Floor Crisis (14th Venice Biennale of Architecture – 2014)

Ground Floor Crisis (14th Venice Biennale of Architecture – 2014)

Ground Floor Crisis Venice Biennale of Architecture –

1995-James_Corner-Taking_Measure_Across_the_American_Landscape-Yale_University_Press-New_Haven-32-web.jpg (670×1544)

1995-James_Corner-Taking_Measure_Across_the_American_Landscape-Yale_University_Press-New_Haven-32-web.jpg (670×1544)

The Victory Atlas: Collages by Elena Damiani

The Victory Atlas: Collages by Elena Damiani

Piso Crisis de tierra (14a Bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia - 2014)

Ground Floor Crisis (14th Venice Biennale of Architecture – 2014)

Piso Crisis de tierra (14a Bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia - 2014)

Marcin Chmura, a recent graduate from London's Bartlett School of Architecture, has developed a project which attempts to imagine a new future for the 'American Dream'. The United Suburbs of AmeriKa, named after Franz Kafka’s novel in which—despite never having visited America—he depicts the United States as a utopia offering eternal wealth and happiness for his foreign protagonist.

Gallery of A Future Vision for the 'American Dream' - 1

Marcin Chmura, a recent graduate from London's Bartlett School of Architecture, has developed a project which attempts to imagine a new future for the 'American Dream'. The United Suburbs of AmeriKa, named after Franz Kafka’s novel in which—despite never having visited America—he depicts the United States as a utopia offering eternal wealth and happiness for his foreign protagonist.

Pinterest
Search