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three of a kind Facing the fax

Old friend John Outram faxes us, recalling how the first typeface he ever used for annotating drawings is no less than the one aj is currently using (more or less). John goes on to mention that in his opinion, 'architecture has collapsed because of its reliance on 'space' as the ontological ground of its hyletics'. Happily all is not lost, however: 'This does not prevent the oedipal drive from powering the wheel of fashion,' he concludes. Right on!

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