This fall, the 13th annual International Architecture Exhibit of the Venice Biennale features architects from around the world displaying work under the theme of “Common Ground”. This year, Toshiko Mori was chosen as one of those 119 participants. As a part of the United States representation displaying work under the theme of “Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good”, Toshiko Mori focused her exhibit on “A Dialogue in Details”. This featured three projects displaying her expansion on the design lineage of her predecessors; from Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies Van der Rohe, Marcel Breuer, Philip Johnson, to Paul Rudolf. Two of the three internationally accredited projects featured were built by Prutting & Company. David & Deborah, owners of Prutting & Company, visited the exhibit to support Toshiko as well as learn from the many other exhibits. See gallery below for photos of interesting projects they encountered.