In the face of the ecological emergency, new architectures are emerging in the Île-de-France region, throughout the country and around the world. In order to invent them, their authors are questioning what is at the source of architecture by developing new languages that oscillate between visible and invisible architecture.
The ÉNSA Versailles hosts the Visible Invisible exhibition, which is structured in three parts:
– a Monumenta, which inventories the material and energy resources of the Region.
– an exhibition of the new practices of more than 40 local and international architects exhibited in the Nef.
– free workshops (on inscription) throughout the Biennale, during which the public itself will be invited to appropriate, manipulate and experiment with the resources alongside fascinating professionals.
École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Versailles
5, avenue de Sceaux
78006 Versailles Cedex