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Sonnets in Babylon, Venice Biennale

Daniel Libeskind’s project for the Venice Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale is a meditation on the origins and destiny of form in architecture.

Sonnets in Babylon extends a line of questioning begun in 1985 by the architect with his presentation of three machines known collectively as Three Lessons in Architecture at the International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, for which he won that year’s Golden Lion Prize.

Nearly thirty years later, Daniel Libeskind presents the Sonnets in the same spirit of questioning and experimentation.

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