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Pompidou reveals plans for Morphosis exhibition - images

The Pompidou Centre has revealed the first images of its forthcoming exhibition of the work of US west coast practice Morphosis.

The Paris centre - Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers' seminal building - will host an exhibition of the designs of the practice, which is headed by last year's Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne.

The exhibition will particularly focus on Mayne's 24 most recent projects, which are found in the practice's last ten years.

Pompidou bosses claim that visitors to the show will 'engage and become part of the architecture itself by traversing the integrative structure'.

Curators believe the exhibition will convey the complexity of Morphosis' processes and range of work, from the design of watches, teapots or chairs to large-scale civic buildings, innovative university schemes, and urban projects.

by Ed Dorrell

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