15th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia, in the Collateral Event “Time Space Existence” Venice, Italy
PVAMU graduate students and faculty of the School of Architectures Graduate Program are exhibiting,
“Chira Island, Costa Rica” as part of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di
Venezia, in the Collateral Event “Time Space Existence” at the prestigious Palazzo Mora in Venice, Italy.
The exhibit, “documents current developments and thoughts in architecture, highlighting fundamental
questions by discussing the philosophical concepts ‘Time, Space and Existence’ “. The exhibit brings
together an “international group of architects with different cultural backgrounds and who are in different
stages of their careers, i.e. established architects next to architects whose works might be less known”.
Architects and entities such as: Denise Scott Brown, Peter Eisenman, Obra, MIT and other distinguished
entities will be exhibiting alongside Graduate students: Vanessa Melendez, Jordy Matas, Jeremy Mano,
Lana Howe, Jonathan Ortega, Blake Burns, Roberto Murga and Bill Price, Brown Endowed Chair,
Graduate Coordinator of School of Architecture at PVAMU.
Vanessa Melendez, Jordy Matas, Jeremy Mano, Lana Howe and Professor Price traveled to Venice,
Italy in May of 2016 to install the exhibit, which runs from 28 May to 27 November 2016. Their work is
included in the Book titled, “Time, Space, Existence”.
PVAMU School of Architecture Graduate Students (from left to right) Jordy Matas, Lana Howe, Vanessa Melendez
and Jeremy Mano.