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International Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

On the Way to the Beach, by Derman Verbakel Architecture. Photo: Yuval Tebol. The global cycle of recurring architecture exhibitions—biennales, triennales, and expos—has a nearly impossible balance to manage. Installations can be dismissed as too artsy, but technical presentations aren’t exactly crowd pleasers.  To make matters worse, these exhibition programs send projects hurtling through a flash-in-the-pan lifecycle: design, build, exhibit, deconstruct,…