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Reading Steven Johnson, especially his latest book, it becomes clear that, in science, the concept of the Eureka “moment” is mistaken. The same must be true of the lone-author notion in architecture, at least for large complex projects (“Row over Gherkin’s ’creator’” News July 8).
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