A Clockwork Jerusalem at Venice architecture biennale | Magnificently Constructed Irony

A mound of earth becomes your first vantage point to witness A Clockwork Jerusalem. Mounds abound in Urban Regeneration projects and the exhibition references one of the first of its kind at London’s Boundry Estate and the nearby Arnold Circus built on top of the rubble of the torn down slum. This is the first modern housing project created in 1890. Photo by David Levene for the Guardian, © All Rights Reserved.

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