Home Economics, the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, commissioned by the British Council.
Home Economics presents five new models for living, curated through their time of occupation (hours, days, months, years and decades). Each room addresses a different facet of the contemporary crisis of living, from how to prevent speculation and exploitation in real estate markets to how sharing can be a form of luxury and not a compromise. Curated by Jack Self with Finn Williams and Shumi Bose. Exhibition design by Hesselbrand and OK-RM. Images: Cristiano Corte.
More info: http://design.britishcouncil.org/venice-biennale/VeniceBiennale2016/