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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust purchased and renovated several older structures between Liberty Avenue and the Allegheny riverfront, but Theater Square is its main venture in new construction. Consisting of a theater and parking garage by Michael Graves (an office
The innovative part of the complex is the park. Bourgeois designed a twenty-five-foot-tall free-form bronze volcano through which water courses in rivulets. Spectators rest on smooth eyeball-shaped granite benches in a grove of trees.
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