UEL featured at the Venice Architecture Biennale

UEL Research, Innovation and Enterprise

UEL biennaleA new piece of contemporary architecture located in the prestigious Loggia of the Ducal Palace in San Marco square has created a new connection between London and Venice, cementing three centuries of architectural history.

The Venice Pavilion was recently unveiled as part of the renowned Venice Architecture Biennale and was the result of a research collaboration between the University of East London, New London Architecture, The Building Centre for London and the Soprintendenza ai BBAA of Venice. Read more on the UEL Research News blog.


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Archivist responsible for the Refugee Archives at the University of East London.
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