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What lodged in Something Fantastic´s minds:
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8/3/2014

Ever since photos stopped having to be developed, shooting images from the hip has become a kind of way of taking notes: It doesn’t get lost and can serve as proof or a source of inspiration for the memory. And can be taken using a Smartphone or digital camera. So we wanted to find out: What lodged in the minds of architects and designers while they browsed around this year’s Venice architecture Biennale, the Giardini, the Arsenale or the exhibitions in the city? We asked some of them to cast a glance at their photographed notes, choose six, and comment on their impressions.

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Danish Pavilion: Plastic, Wood, Leaves, Soil, Function, Work, Pleasure – a juxtaposed, yet harmonious universe.
Danish Pavilion: Plastic, Wood, Leaves, Soil, Function, Work, Pleasure – a juxtaposed, yet harmonious universe.
Dutch Pavilion: The way the picture is composed, it’s like the building is in love with the sea, longing, but too shy to get closer.
Dutch Pavilion: The way the picture is composed, it’s like the building is in love with the sea, longing, but too shy to get closer.
Korean Pavilion: The beauty of clear, unrefined, simple articulation – blown up type, glossy whiteness, a superimposed image.

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