Everything is compromised, yet much is rewarding

author: William S. Saunders, Harvard University
published: Sept. 21, 2010,   recorded: May 2009,   views: 171
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I will argue, through contemporary examples, that architecture is never a “pure” or “perfect” art; that, whereas much has been used as a tool for capitalism or power-mongering, that does not mean such “used” work (or elements of it) must be architecturally corrupted; and that plenty of soul-nourishing architecture gets built under even the most constricting social/cultural conditions

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