The Fabricated Landscape—Domestic, Civic, and Territorial

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Edited by Raymund Ryan

Envelope containing three
saddle-stitched books
Domestic: 6 × 9 inches, 64 pages
Civic: 12 × 9 inches, 32 pages
Territorial: 12 × 18 inches, 16 pages

Design by IN-FO.CO
Co-published by Inventory Press
and Carnegie Museum of Art

The Fabricated Landscape (June 26, 2021–January 17, 2022, Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art) presents projects from ten contemporary international architectural practices that are exceptionally responsive to the communities, localities, and cultures in which they are situated.

This exhibition catalogue, organized by scale, and presented in three parts, features extensive documentation of projects by Anna Heringer, Anne Holtrop, Assemble, Frida Escobedo, Go Hasegawa, LCLA office, MAIO, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, SO-IL, and UMWELT alongside texts from curator Raymund Ryan, Emilio Ambasz, Emanuele Coccia, Jing Liu, and more.

Based on a continuous grid system, the publication’s three volumes are packaged in a 6 × 9 inch folder, but fold out to dramatically varied page sizes: 6 × 9 inches, 12 × 9 inches, and 12 × 18 inches.