Audi Pavilion at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Audi Pavilion at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Credit: Nehez-Posony Ferenc

MOTORIN'. The Frankfurt Motor Show taking place in Germany right now is an architectural display to rival the Venice Architecture Biennale. Jalopnik previews the Inception-esque interiors at the Audi display, the full-scale arena presentation by Mercedes, and the indoor figure-8 track running above and through the visitor floors. The German pavilion may be the one to watch in Venice next year. [Jalopnik]

Morning links:

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The Cincinnati Art Museum, where ARCHITECT contributor Aaron Betsky is director, has hired Brian Sholis as associate curator of photography. [GalleristNY]

Knoll chats with David Adjaye about collaboration. [Knoll]

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