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Architecture.


Generic Conditions Detroit


- Economy


The history of architectural theory is the history of the attempts to control the surplus.


Regulating all forms of excess, whether “physical” or “ representational”, by controlling quantity.


Architecture is the surplus added to everyday life that exemplifies the control of all surplus, It is the very figure of control. In architecture, therefore, quality is almost always a quantity.


To do little can be to do a lot and to do nothing can be a radical act



Saba Ghasemizadeh