Two pages from the book 10 Stories of Collective Housing, by a+t research group
In a period of manifestos and unbreakable loyalties Ignazio Gardella, the dissident architect, opted for beauty. He was certain that the beautiful was always useful yet not that the useful was always beautiful.
This story is included in the book 10 Stories of Collective Housing, by a+t research group.
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