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The Storm and the Fall [Hardcover]

Lebbeus Woods , Anthony Vidler , Paul Virilio

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"The idea of constructing a tectonic field in increasing tension, a kind of storm field of forces held back yet threatening to break, had been on my mind ever since my ""terrain"" projects of a few years ago." Read the first page
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