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Blog Wunderlust : 23 May 2011

By Architechnophilia @atechno
we live for the most part within enclosed spaces. These form the environment from which our culture grows. Our culture is in a sense a product of our architecture
Paul Scheerbaut (1914)blog wunderlust : 23 May 2011
The New York Apartment: A Biography | graffiti from around the world | Burying Le Corbusier | BIM Well With Others | Passion Plays | 21 for 21 winners revealed | The Architect 50 | Building culture means cutting the compromises | Architect as Auto Designer: Le Corbusier’s Minimum Car | BIM Lawsuit Offers Cautionary Tale | Islands in the stream | stephanie de rouge: [what's] in your fridge | Ten design lessons from Frederick Law Olmsted
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