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An Exhibition at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art Introduces 10 Young Global Architecture firms

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    Veteran curator Raymund Ryan is setting a 21st century standard with his latest exhibition at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Architecture Center at the Carnegie Museum of Art. As reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, “The Fabricated Landscape” examines the work of 10 emerging practices from around the globe, all in the context of an exhibition design by Los Angeles–based IN-FO.CO. Those unable to attend in person may enjoy the three-part catalogue, organized along the themes of domestic, civic, and territorial. 

    The 10 participating firms are:

    Anna Heringer, Laufen, Germany

    Anne Holtrop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands & Muharraq, Bahrain

    Assemble, London, UK

    Frida Escobedo, Mexico City, Mexico

    Gō Hasegawa, Tokyo, Japan

    LCLA (Luis Callejas + Charlotte Hansson), Medellín, Colombia & Oslo, Norway

    MAIO, Barcelona, Spain

    OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Brussels, Belgium

    SO – IL (Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu), New York, USA

    UMWELT, Santiago, Chile