raumlaborberlin: 4562 Enright Avenue

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4562 Enright Avenue is a large-scale, site-specific installation by the Berlin-based architecture collective raumlaborberlin that transforms an abandoned, structurally unsound house in St. Louis by bringing its building materials, objects, and history into the Pulitzer’s main gallery. Published as a booklet, this catalogue features an extended essay on the project, its process, and its partners by exhibition curator Kristin Fleischmann Brewer; a conversation between raumlabor and cultural historian Michael Allen; a conversation between Alderman Terry Kennedy and Pamela Talley, President of Lewis Place Historical Preservation, Inc.; and reproductions of original drawings and diagrams produced by raumlabor in conjunction with their design research.

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