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  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • "Confront" was the keyword in this statement, because he believed that architecture was not merely the attempt to satisfy people's desires or needs, nor the conventions imposed by history and culture, but what he sometimes called "a collision" between these and the architect's worldview and poetic vision.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

  • Reports Say Pakistan Soldiers 'Confront' US Raid - There are reports today that Pakistani soldiers at a border base fired into the air to deter another US cross-border raid.

    memeorandum

  • US Security Company Offers to Perform "High Threat Terminations" Confront "Worker Unrest" in Haiti By Jeremy Scahill We saw this type of Iraq-style disaster profiteering in New Orleans and you can expect ... ...

    World-News (Independent Media Source)

  • US Security Company Offers to Perform "High Threat Terminations" Confront "Worker Unrest" in Haiti By Jeremy Scahill We saw this type of Iraq-style disaster profiteering in New Orleans and you can expect ... ...

    World-News (Independent Media Source)

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