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Co-Evolution, Public Spaces-
The official Danish contribution to the Venice Biennale, 10th International Architecture Exhibition (2006), the 2nd Architectural Biennial Beijing (2006), and the 7th Sao Paulo International Biennial of Architecture (2007). Also exhibited at the Xi’an International Conference of Architecture and Technology, P.R.China (2006), DAC | Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark (2006-2007), Tongji University in Shanghai, P.R.China (2006), AROS, Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark (2007), North Jytland Art Museum, Denmark (2007), Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center, P.R.China (2007), Centre for the Urban Built Environment in Manchester, UK (2008), AIA Center for Architecture in New York, USA (2008), and the London Festival of Architecture, UK (2008). Curator: Henrik Valeur and UiD (Uwe Wütherich, Zhang Meng, Annelie Håkansson, Christoffer Pilgaard, Haydar Al-Khatib, Karin Lindgren, Lea Bolvig and Ma Liang). Commissioner: Kent Martinussen and DAC | Danish Architecture Centre. Project teams: CEBRA + Tsinghua, COBE + CQU, EFFEKT + Tongji and TRANSFORM + XAUAT. Documentary by Ulrika Ekberg and UiD. Engineering Consultancy Services by Carl Bro Group. Sponsored by The Danish Ministry of Culture, Realdania and The Danish Arts Foundation, Committee for Architecture.
The Golden Lion Award for national pavilions is awarded to Denmark (CO-EVOLUTION, Danish/Chinese collaboration on sustainable urban development in China). This pavilion shows us a country looking outward rather than inward, bringing its expertise to bear on the ecological problems faced by cities in China. The Danish pavilion does more than catalogue these ecological challenges; the Danish planners and architects propose concrete solutions to water and energy management through visual forms of aesthetic merit. And the Danes show what they themselves learned from their Chinese colleagues. We salute the creativity, intelligence, and generosity of the Danish pavilion. The Jurors, Richard Sennett (President), Amyn Aga Khan, Antony Gormley and Zaha Hadid.
The exterior of the Danish Pavilion
The interior of the Danish Pavilion
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