TALKING ARCHITECTURE

Sometimes the authors consign to their buildings the task of transmitting an universal message to the world. These are talking architectures not just because they express with strong symbols each function which they are intended for, but as they are architecture-manifestoes: works designed to represent an entire vision of architecture, buildings created to generate other buildings.
Perhaps we are in one of those moments where we must entrust our own thinking about architecture to this kind of radical approach.
Those who rely only on writing, today, seems to be lost.

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