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ANNA WINTERSTEIN

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ARCHITECTURES

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Architecture is more than the art of building spaces. It's a political ideal that relocates us where it thinks we should belong - a constant fight for some idea of progress, sometimes of the right, sometimes of the wrong kind. It is also the most systematic representation of beauty: the purest physical example of order made out of chaos. Today, it shapes our cities out of concrete, steel and glass, making them into huge, warm organisms breathing through their maze of metallic veins.