Vatican Citys first-ever pavilion debuts at the Venice Architecture Biennale

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The Vatican Chapels Pavilion of the Holy See opened to fanfare last week, marking Vatican City’s debut at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale. Curated by Professor Francesco Dal Co, the temporary installation consists of ten chapel-inspired pavilions, each designed by a different renowned design practice from around the world. Perhaps the most anticipated of them all is the pavilion by Foster + Partners, which takes the form of an open-air chapel built with a tensegrity structure.

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