Laguna Viva is featured in Colin Martin’s review of the Biennale in the September/October issue of Architecture New Zealand.
“At the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in 2012, in association with muf architecture, Jane da Mosto (We are here Venice) installed a living section of the Venetian Lagoon in the British pavilion, to raise awareness of its environmental vulnerability. Working with Assemble architects, da Mosto
has now created a permanent installation, Laguna Viva, at the V-A-C Foundation (Dorsoduro)“
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