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Caruso St John to design Frieze Art Fair gallery

Caruso St John Architects has been unveiled as the designer for this year’s Frieze Art Fair gallery.

The two-time Stirling Prize-shortlisted practice will add to its impressive array of arts commissions, which includes Tate Britain, the New Art Gallery in Walsall, and the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in East London.

Caruso St John follows the likes of David Adjaye, who designed the gallery space used from 2004 to 2006, and Jamie Fobert, who created the space until this year.

Practice partner Adam Caruso said: ‘We are very pleased to be involved with the fair this year. We enjoy projects that are light on their feet and look forward to the challenge of making the spatial experience of the fair even more memorable and enjoyable.’

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