Surface Architecture

We are all familiar with the notion that the history of Western architecture has involved a shift from buildings that use heavy, static and opaque exterior walls, to ones that rely increasingly for their protection on thin, lightweight and translucent or transparent cladding. Many new forms of technology and new ...

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