This week the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale—”Reporting From the Front”—will close. Six months have passed and hundreds of thousands of architects, urbanists, designers and tourists have perused both the National Participations (of which more were represented this year than ever before) and the central exhibition curated by Alejandro Aravena – the first South American to direct the most prestigious event on the architectural calendar. ArchDaily has compiled our most extensive coverage of the event and, as the 15th incarnation of Biennale shuts its gates for the last time, our collection of articles, interviews and publication excerpts remains permanently accessible.
Before then, however, we invite you to take a look at our short film—presented in collaboration with PLANE—SITE and with special thanks to Monocle—which celebrates the breadth and value of the hundreds of exhibitions and installations that have been on display.
This video is presented by Autodesk.