Every two years, Venice becomes a laboratory for architecture and design when it hosts the La Biennale di Venezia. For a month, the city is alive with panels, parties, and exhibitions, animated by thousands of architects and designers. As many attendees are quick to point out, the waterborne city is in a good deal of long-term trouble, as local residents are pushed out by foreign demand for real estate, and more crucially, as the coastal water levels rise.
As architects and designers descend on the floating city for La Biennale di Venezie, the Archipelago Cinema should bring attendees’ attention to the city’s most pressing design issue of all — its rising water levels.
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