Architecture versus simplicity?

One of the greatest living authorities on simplicity is a religious writer named Richard Foster. His book on the subject — Freedom of Simplicity — has sold over a million copies. For Foster (contra Mies), simplicity is very simple indeed, even though he sees it as the key to ...

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