Artificial Love. A Story of Machines and Architecture (Londres, 2003)

“Architecture is not just buildings; it is more than that. It is not everything, but it is more than just buildings. At one end of the scale of architecture are landscapes, which are long-term strategies that underlie all architectural action. In the center are the buildings, which stand for a few generations and give us something to bump up against, a running commentary on who we think we are. At the other end of the scale are the machines, which have such short lives that they can be fitted closely to their purpose and, unlike buildings, be truly useful.”

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