Credit: Gustavo Frittegotto

In Latin America, the built environment can reflect the political instability, rapid ubanization, and preservation of resources on the continent. The Pratt Institute School of Architecture in Brooklyn, N.Y., and its student research group, Latin Pratt, present Breaking Borders: New Latin American Architecture—covering these issues over the past 10 years in more than 10 countries, and highlighting the work of 45 firms. (Casa View in Argentina by Diego Arraigada Arquitectos and Johnston Marklee is shown.) Through Nov. 30. •