The Venice Architecture Biennale 2023 is a global platform where innovation, art, and architecture converge. This year, Nexion, the only tiles company participating to the event, proudly presents “Make/Believe,” an installation that epitomizes sustainable architectural innovation. The installation developed in collaboration with A for Architecture was exhibited in the iconic Palazzo Mora, this masterpiece is a part of the esteemed “Time Space Existence” event.

The installation

“Make/Believe” is a narrative crafted from recycled materials, including scraps, broken tiles.. It invites visitors into a world where every piece, every detail, is a testament to environmental consciousness and innovative design. The installation narrates the transformation of Nashik and highlights the focus on the development of Tier 2 cities in India.

The Voices Behind “Make/Believe”

In the heart of this architectural narrative are the voices of Luca Majocchi, and Ajay Sonar and Monail Patil each bringing a unique perspective to the installation. Their interviews, available for visitors, offer deep insights into the inspiration, challenges, and triumphs that marked the journey of “Make/Believe” from a concept to a masterpiece.

Luca Majocchi, the CEO of Nexion Tiles, shares the vision and mission that propels Nexion Tiles into the forefront of sustainable innovation. His interview unveils the meticulous craftsmanship and unwavering commitment to quality and sustainability that defines every Nexion tile.

Ajay Sonar, the founder of “a for architecture”, takes visitors on a journey through the “Make/Believe” installation. He unveils the story of Nashik, the transformation of Tier 2 cities in India, and the role of sustainable architecture in shaping the future of urban landscapes.

Monail Patil, co-founder of “a for architecture” delves into the intricate dance between urban development and environmental sustainability. His insights shed light on the pivotal role of architects in shaping not just buildings but ecosystems that are harmonious and sustainable.

Visit us at Palazzo Mora until November 26, and be a part of this transformative experience.