FOUR "cutting edge and maverick" design practices are to represent an alternative view of Scottish design at the world's biggest architecture festival.
FOUR \"cutting edge and maverick\" design practices are to represent an alternative view of Scottish design at the world's biggest architecture festival.
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Phil Miller Arts Correspondent
Instead of a formal Scottish pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, featuring well-known architects, four small companies, all based in Glasgow, will represent Scotland by engaging in various projects in the famous canal city, the results of which will be presented at an exhibition this weekend at an "open studio", the Ludoteca Santa Maria Ausiliatrice, a former convent.
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