A PRESTIGIOUS exhibition featuring Scottish design talent which has pulled in the crowds in Venice will be staged in Scotland next year.

A Fragile Correspondence has attracted more than 15,000 visitors as part of La Biennale di Venezia, with exit surveys showing that 100% of visitors would recommend the exhibition to others.

There will now be a chance to see it in Scotland as it will be hosted by V&A Dundee next November.

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The exhibition has been praised by visitors for its “poetic expansion” of what architecture can be, highlighting how the landscapes of Scotland can be better understood by paying closer attention to the natural world through various different languages such as Gaelic, Norn, Scots and English.

Visitors also praised the displays for their beauty and how the project presented a wider picture of Scotland, often reflecting upon significant moments in the nation’s collective memory such as the closure of the Ravenscraig steelworks.

From May to November 2023, the exhibition hosted 11 events including workshops organised as part of the professional development programme which has supported young people from across Scotland. Outside Venice, events also took place in Scotland and Ireland.

A Fragile Correspondence asks how a closer relationship between land and language can help architecture be more attuned to the environment in which it operates. In doing so, the exhibition explores alternative perspectives and new approaches to the challenges of the worldwide climate emergency.

From the forests around Loch Ness, the seashore of the Orkney archipelago and the industrialised remnants of Ravenscraig, the project goes on a journey through three Scottish landscapes across the Highlands, Islands and Lowlands and looks at the potential of projects that sensitively work in correspondence with the land.

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The project is a curatorial collaboration between the Architecture Fringe, ism magazine, and creative collective /other.

It is the 20th commission by the Scotland + Venice partnership comprising Creative Scotland, British Council Scotland, National Galleries of Scotland, Architecture and Design Scotland, V&A Dundee and the Scottish Government.