Shchusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow

Serenissima, a groundcondition project on the future of Venice, was recently featured in the exhibition “Dialogue with Water.
From the exhibition description:
This exhibition is dedicated to contemporary landscape architecture in the Netherlands and presents innovative solutions for the development of complex natural environments. Over a third of the territory of the Netherlands lies below sea level, and the Dutch have engaged for centuries in a “battle” with the water for the land. Engineers and architects recovered “polders” from the sea. On these highly fertile areas of land hydrotechnical installations are built, and water never ceases to attempt to reclaim the land.

Link to the article on the website of the Amsterdam Academy of Architecture.

Link to the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture.