30123 Venice, Italy
* All activities at Palazzo Zattere are temporarily suspended
is a sociocultural project and eatery where food and company are the pretext to bring people together and encourage dialogue.
is an outdoor installation in the form of a typical saltmarsh habitat. It is arranged according to botanical associations and functional morphology and housed in two large tanks covered in individual tiles, as part of a tiled landscape running from the canal into the Palazzo. Inspired by the Venetian Lagoon and traditional Venetian floors, the project has been developed by London based collective Assemble, who work across the fields of architecture, design and art, with the help of Venice research organisation We Are Here Venice and Granby Workshop, a small ceramics factory in Liverpool, founded by Assemble in 2014.