Art exhibit encourages architectural innovation
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Each year the Venice Biennale organizes a huge international exhibition of art, architecture, music, film and theatre. This year, the Swiss Arts Council, Pro Helvetia, has designed an exhibit for the Biennale. Called the Swiss Pavilion, the council hopes to draw attention to the blandness of most interior design. In Switzerland, most people live in rented accommodation and frequently move. As a result, many apartments have a standardized appearance. The creators of the pavilion believe there should be more debate about why so much rental architecture is banal. The intention of the pavillion is to draw to attention the usually overlooked features such as white walls, plastic window frames and wood floors.
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