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Pierotti, Ray
January 2002
Surface Design Journal;Winter2002, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the 23-story Carillon office building in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. The author said that the office building holds a unique place in the city, in which its lobby was made an exhibition space and is set to present three major exhibitions every year. Artist-designer Ray Pierotti from Altlanta, Georgia received an official approval to install permanent wall coverings in the building's vestibules. Excerpts from the artist-designer's texts that accompany his artwork are offered.


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