Architectural design students Jean Ebejer, Andrew Borg Wirth and Nicholas Theuma went on a research trip to the Biennale Architettura in Venice in July 2018, where they contextualised with current contemporary architectural outputs, research endeavours and conversations.
Around 63 national pavilions and over 70 architects exhibited their work at the Architecture Biennale last year. From Venice, they travelled to Croatia to co-tutor a workshop during the RE: EASA Assembly in Croatia.
EASA (European Architecture Students Assembly) is a platform for cultural and educational exchange, connecting architecture students and professionals from all European countries, and in recent years from all over the world. The assembly is organised by international students for international students and provides a unique platform for design conversations.
Supported through the Cultural Export Fund - Travel Grants.