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The Intersection of Architecture and Dance (?)

As fans of architecture, we're always on the lookout for interesting stories involving the art of building, and this certainly qualifies as one. It seems The Lucky Penny, a small Atlanta dance organization perhaps best known for a performance staged last summer at The Goat Farm has snagged the noted Atlanta firm of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects as a collaborator on a new dance project. Even more interestingly, this set is going to be a house constructed completely of cardboard. (It's probably a good thing there are architects involved). Of course, these aren't the first big-time Atlanta architects we've seen with a soft spot for dance- wonder if Bill Harrison got to pitch it as well? [Creative Loafing]