Bob Allies supports the dynamism of the trio
These are dynamic buildings, buildings which seem to contain an extraordinary pent-up energy, buildings in which the pieces of which they are made – columns, stairs, ramps, auditoria, flues, roofs, canopies, gantries, even planes of masonry and glass – feel as if they are, or until recently were, on the move
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