A man walks in the Chilean pavilion, nam…A man walks in the Chilean pavilion, named “Cancha: Chilean soilscapes”, of Venice’s 13th International Architecture Biennale at Arsenal in Venice on August 26, 2012. The theme of the world’s largest architecture festival is “Common Ground” and director David Chipperfield from Britain said it was important that today’s architects reflect social concerns and not just go for glory projects. The 13th edition of the Biennale, which is held every two years, will run until November 25 and will present a total of 66 projects from 55 countries including several newcomers like Angola, Kosovo, Kuwait and Peru. AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABITIZIANA FABI/AFP/GettyImages
Home » » 5. Among the most startling exhibitions will be the Chilean pavilion, which has been decked out to look like the inside of a salt mine.