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"Architecture has always been the physical index of human failure. Every great palace or temple or..."

“Architecture has always been the physical index of human failure. Every great palace or temple or financial-services headquarters is a testament to a society that needed something huge in which to bury its contradictions.” - Sam Kriss, Letter of Recommendation: The Nakagin Capsule Tower
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