USJ Architecture graduate student Benny Chu exhibits at Venice Architecture Biennale 2018
“Unintended Architecture” with Benny Chu – first on the left side.
USJ Architecture graduated student Benny Chu, along with fellow architects Eddie Ieong Chong Tat and Vong Ka Ian, are the authors of the exhibition curated by Manuel Lam that opened May 26 at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018. Organized by Macau Museum of Art with the support of Architects Association of Macau (AAM), this event marks the presence, for the third time, of architects from Macau at one of the most important platforms that celebrates Contemporary Architecture.
“Unintended Architecture” is the name of Macau’s exhibition, whose theme intends an abstract reflection on the “free spaces” of Macau through different game card arrangements, in order to create personalized interactions that reflect the harmonious relationship between people and space.
Integrated within the 16th edition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, the exhibition “Unintended Architecture” will be open to the public until November 25th.