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Rem Koolhaas
“There are books that I own that somehow even without reading them they mean something to me. So I think people have a relationship with books in a library whether you’ve come specifically to read them or not.”
Rem Koolhaas

Benjamin Franklin
“The most profound enchantment for the collector is the locking of individual items within a magic circle in which they are fixed as the final thrill, the thrill of acquisition, passes over them.”
Benjamin Franklin

Ayn Rand
“A building has integrity just like a man. And just as seldom.”
Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead

Gerhard Köpf
“The state of admiration is a condition of feeblemindedness. Most people are feebleminded all their lives only because they admire. Only a dimwit admires, the smart one doesn’t admire: he respects, observes, understands.”
Gerhard Köpf, Piranesi's Dream

Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola
“A sacred pride should grip us of not being satisfied with the mediocre but to strive (for we can do it, if we want to) with the exertion of all our strength to attain the highest. Let us scorn what is of this earth, let us ignore what is of heaven, let us leave absolutely everything worldly behind us in order to hasten to the abode out of this world, in the proximity of the sublime deity. We do not need to think of stepping back. Of being satisfied with second rank, let us strive for dignity and glory. To attain the highest.”
Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola

The People's Field (Arts & Photography)
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Description: My master's of architecture thesis.
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