1320. Madrid. Torre Picasso

Dear Inés,,

"I feel that architects must think of architecture as a result of
human experience. If we don't do this, architecture becomes
either an abstract form, an example of certain technique, a
clever device, a sculpture, or whatever it may be, which in any
case are only expressing the architect's individual desire while
thinking as an artist." (Minoru Yamasaki)


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