Inspired by the recent reports from Venice Biennale_International Architecture Exhibition, I thought I would share the beautiful original work of the Nordic Pavilion in Venice.
Designed by Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn after winning a design competition in 1958, the Nordic Pavilion was completed in 1962 and originally intended as an art gallery.
These days however, the Pavilion is the home of various exhibitions, and currently the space for the 2016 Biennale exhibition In Therapy: Nordic Countries Face to Face.
This modern piece of architecture embodies the Nordic aesthetic of openness, light, simplicity and connectivity to nature.
Read the full article on Archdaily here