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Blog Wunderlust : 20 June 2011

By Architechnophilia @atechno
To restore a building is not to repair it, not to do maintenance or to rebuild, it is to re-estabilish it in an ultimate state that never existed before
Eugene Viollet-le-Duc
blog wunderlust : 20 June 2011Bjarke Ingels's BIG Ambitions | Household Air Conditioning Unit Doubles as Water Heater | Seattle architects have the blueprint for hot new restaurants | Public Park Opens In Montego Bay | 21 bank branches vs. 21 architecture students | London 2012: The flatpack Olympics | AJ Writing Prize: Alan Berman on what makes good architectural writing | Architect Dies in Fall from West Village Loft | I live in a Holl
last word: Solving the Real Estate Crisis with Parks

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