Re-Set, new wings for architecture
Place: Dutch pavilion in the Giardini di Castello, Venice, Italy
Scope of work: design for the Dutch Pavilion of the Architecture Biennale in Venice
Date: August – November 2012
The Netherlands Architecture Institute invited Inside Outside to design the Dutch submission.
With the exhibition Re-Set Inside Outside responds to the vacant architecture in the Netherlands. Showing how the experience of space itself can be changed by relatively simple interventions, Petra Blaisse demonstrates that architecture possesses the power to start a new life.
One single mobile object occupies the space for three months and emphasises the building’s unique qualities. This object will flow through the interior, re-configure its organisation and create multiple rooms along the way. The experience of light, sound and space will be manipulated so that new perspectives emerge.
Curator: Ole Bouman, Director of the NAI
Team Inside Outside: Petra Blaisse with Marieke van den Heuvel, Peter Niessen, Laura van Santen and Rabia Zuberi