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What's in a name

I've long thought Peter Eisenman was several set squares short of a drawing studio, so when I read his recent encomium to Albert Speer, I was not entirely surprised. 'His projects are a mark of social concern. His writings on urban form are a plea for sanity and reason, and his teachings develop the idea of community at a scale which is neither nostalgic for an unbuilt past, nor for an impossible future'. Happily Peter is talking about Albert Speer fils.

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