It’s Nice That is delighted to give its support as a media partner to The British Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia – presented by The British Council, which runs from 26 May – 25 November 2018.
It’s Nice That will be publishing a series of articles that engage with the themes of this year’s pavilion, which is titled Island; kicking off with a feature that explores its visual identity, which this year has been created by British designer John Morgan.
To find out more about the programme of events taking place at The British Pavilion visit here and stay tuned for further content to be published on It’s Nice That throughout the summer.
For this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, the British Pavilion takes on the provocative theme of Island, with a bare-bones public space atop the building’s roof. Below, the building will sit empty of exhibits. Both the elevated platform and vacuous space below will host events throughout the Biennale’s six-month run, with a broad range of creative contributors interpreting the subject of Island in depth, so it was imperative the branding not interfere with this openness and diversity. It was a compelling task for designer John Morgan, then, to come up with a visual identity, and he laughs as he remembers the early meetings in the building’s void.