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AN URBAN ARMATURE

It was Leon Krier who introduced me to the work of Josef Ple. cnik in the early 1980s, writes Edward Jones - appropriately, for Krier and Ple. cnik share a common pedigree. Both are Mannerists and both share an enthusiasm for the city as it might have been; a city anticipated by Ple. cnik's interventions in Ljubljana and a city imagined by Krier in his drawings.

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