As part of the Danish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, visitors can currently experience a fascinating and somewhat unusual display of exterior and interior architectural elements. One is a stylish metal façade made in reshaped ventilation ducts, another a distinct interior wall pieced together from old wooden floors, and a third a rustic exterior cladding of patinated roof tiles. The ambition with this exhibition is to show how dismantled building components can be reused, not just for the obvious purpose of saving materials,energy and money, but also to add a distinctive aesthetic and cultural dimension to a building.
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