LiWooD in the German Pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice
The Venice Architecture Biennale 2016 was named “Reporting from the front.” This topic was of particular importance to us in Germany in 2016 because, increasingly we had to deal with related to the housing shortage and migration. From a large number of projects, the German Museum of Architecture in Frankfurt, which acted as curator of the German Pavilion, chose our Munich refugee dormitory in Lochhausen. This is also where the kick-off for “Making Heimat, Germany, Arrival Country” took place. Together with ten other exemplary social housing projects, LiWooD was represented in the German Pavilion. We are very grateful for this special recognition and our entire team visited the Architecture Biennale.