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A life in architecture

Photographer Richard Bryant has a habit of falling in love with buildings he photographs, like the Gipsoteca at the Canova Museum in Possagno, by Carlo Scarpa, which combines intense detailing with emotional warmth. Also, despite his preference for Minimalism, Bryant was bowled over by his first sight of Stirling's Staatsgalerie. But his most memorable encounter was in Mexico in the late 1980s with a tiny jungle house by Sergio Puente and Ada Dewes (above). It has one adobe wall with ...

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