As part of the 14th International Architecture Biennale in Venice in 2014, Bildi Grafiks sought to give Venice a visual language that could be grafted onto the city itself. By integrating graphics into the architectural space, they could create a dialogue between new materials and pre-existing features. Based on the works of Catalan architects Josep Maria Jujol, Toni Gironès and Carme Pinós, the graphics consist of multiple layers fused together. In graphic interventions that go beyond mere signage, Bildi Grafiks created works which see centuries of architectural heritage stratify and overlap.
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