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The Lacey at 11th & Florida in Washington, DC by Division One Architects, under construction.Related: Today's archidose #207
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That's a clever way to break up the floor plane with alternating spandrel panels and glazed facade.
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is it really clever to use spandrel to achieve a design intention? architecture school would be a lot easier if it is.
Your blog continues to impress me with the diversity your bring in each post. Thanks!
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Interesting blog.I find it almost amusing that the trend towards spaces that offer little privacy are so popular at a time when corruption and greed are rampant. Rhetorically, what does this mean? Do we just not care about corruption and greed anymore? Does this make us, the viewer, part of the wrongdoing?
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