'Small Case Study House' at the Gallery at REDCAT, January

<I>By Christopher Hawthorne, Times Architecture Critic</I><br>
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The talented and influential young Tokyo architecture firm Atelier Bow-Wow, after carefully studying the landmark postwar Case Study program, designed <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2009/03/post-1.html">three structures for REDCAT's main gallery</a>. Made of salvaged wood and open to the air, they hovered poetically between art and architecture, and between hardened and sweetly optimistic.
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( Seth Wenig/Associated Press )

By Christopher Hawthorne, Times Architecture Critic

The talented and influential young Tokyo architecture firm Atelier Bow-Wow, after carefully studying the landmark postwar Case Study program, designed three structures for REDCAT's main gallery. Made of salvaged wood and open to the air, they hovered poetically between art and architecture, and between hardened and sweetly optimistic.

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