Here it is of no avail to console yourself with the thought that you are in your own house;
far rather you are in theirs.
—Franz Kafka, The Burrow
The Fabricated Landscape, an exhibition that just closed at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s (CMA) Heinz Architectural Center in Pittsburgh, featured the work of ten contemporary architects from around the globe born in the 1970s and ’80s—most of them based in Europe and Latin America, with one representative each from the U.S. and Japan. This loose framing rendered the show’s contents a bit of a grab bag, but in addition to their youth, curator Raymond Ryan
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