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constantinichloe@gmail.com chloĂŠ constantini

Paris- 12, rue du quatre septembre 75002 Zurich- Forchstrasse 127, 8032 +33 6 69 04 71 80

PORTFOLIO architecture

-ENSA ParisLaVillette -ETH Zurich


SELECTED WORK INDEX

academic

academic

academic

internship

internship

academic diploma

competition

architecture Group housing, Les Vignoles (France)

B. Gaudin, V. Cornu

architecture Public building, La Norville (France)

V. Poirier, J-Y Mahieu

urbanism

Achtung, Die Landschaft, the sprawl of the forest, Basel (Sw.) J. Herzog, P. De Meuron

arch./ competition Kaplumba, Kloten (Switzerland)

EM2N architekten Zurich

modeling Presentation model (Zug, Switzerland)

arch. and urbanism

Industrial Landscape, Milan (Italy)

EM2N architekten Zurich

D. Rebois, T. Barbier

architecture School, Manegg (Switzerland)

Gitai Architects


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he following projects all adress- at various scales- contemporary issues inextricably linked to the practice of architecture. As an architect, my training is based on knowledge complementarity and on scale interdependency. The selected work ranges from 2008 to 2016 retracing my academic and professional experiences in Paris, Basel and Zurich, three cities that have meaningfully marked my path. I believe architecture shouldn’t be considered as an independant discipline but mostly as a primordial actor of our society. I think -at a building scale- that construction is the main tool allowing us to find smart solutions in order to reach simple and efficient projects, and -at a urban scale- that architecture and landscape projects should always be seen as a whole to reach sensible projects.These questions represent the challenges I wish to dedicate my time to, from now on and in my future practice.

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2 -ensaplv -graduated with highest honours master 1 -eth zurich master

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School of design, Les Arts Decoratifs, Paris camondo

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Haifa -Gitai architects competition Zurich -Vogt landscape architecture Zurich -EM2N architekten Basel -Herzog & deMeuron urban research at «StudioBasel» Venise -Biennale of architecture collaborative writing of an article Paris -Hermès architecture


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LES VIGNOLES,

84 rue des Vignoles Paris

BACHELOR 2 (SEM 3) Interior design and architecture -Dec. 2010 CAMONDO, Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris - prof. Philippe Louguet // philippe.louguet@lille.archi.fr -- 2 students working groups/ academic In charge with general arrangement (group work) / hand design sketches/ working-models I drew the sketches by hand, made few working models and part of the groundfloorplan+ sections

GROUP HOUSING To fill an existing plot with housing On an existing empty plot in a red light district in Paris, we try what could be social diversity in a dwelling plot, forcing chance for the arrangement of the flats together, mixing horizontal and vertical frames of geometries. The volums inform the shape of the vacuum and the courtyards, creating a gradual path from the street to home. Each flat work as a duplex and beneficiates of a maximum light exposure, and a balcony. All the flats are «uniques», no one is the same than the other one.

Study models


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LA NORVILLE,

banlieue parisienne, France

MASTER 1 (SEM 8) Architecture -Juin. 2015 ENSAPLV Paris - prof. V. Poirier, Y. Mahieu // ym-ensaplv@spoutnikarchi.com -- Individual work // Academic

SALLE POLYVALENTE in a small town area

Main place

Swimming pool

The building allows a through entry hosting visitors coming either from the west-south main place of the site, nor from the east-north parking. This entry is emphasized by a tense dialogue between the roofs of the two main buildings.

Parking

Implantation scheme

The street side is low and linear, the same as the surroundings morphology is; family rooms stand behind the main building, allowing them private gardens. In between these two programs stand the main room, surrounded by a continuous corridor, acting as a threeshold and a sound belt. To finish, an eaves acts as a thermical protection for the main all-glazed building facade.

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Groundfloor plan of the project no scale


View1 of the first floor of the salle polyvalente

View 2 of the main entrance of the salle polyvalente connexion between the roofs of the two buildings


transvers elevation

Front elevation Elevation avant 1:100

Back elevation Elevation arrière 1:100

entréé coté parking 1:100 Parking-side Elevation entrance elevation

entréé latérale 1:100 SideElevation entrance elevation


View 3 of the continuous surrounding corridor thermical and sound belt for the building


TOITURE CHAUDE

feuilles de zinc syst. de joins debout

platine acier

voliges panneau sandwich OCB- isolant pannes faux plafond tirants en rond plein

vitrage

vitrage cadre alu.

cadre alu.

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panneau sandwich

panneau sandwich avec isolation intérieure

sniab sel naive évuorp naej tirant en rond plein

revêtement béton isolant phonique dalle béton faisant partie du plancher collaborant plancher collaborant à bac acier ondulé poutre IPE

feutre anticontamination amas de pierres drain

engamella ,rrek znieh SOL EN DALLAGE dallage béton

LED polyuréthane isolation sol compacté

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Detailed plan of the outside glazed facade -junction with the wooden beams

Coupe transversale la façade 1:10 Detailed transverse section of thedefacade


ACHTUNG, DIE LANDSCHAFT

-MetroBasel, Basel canton, Switzerland

MASTER 1 (SEM 7) Architecture and urbanism -Feb. 2013 ETH Zurich - prof. Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron

// tattara@arch.ethz.ch

Assistants Tattara Martino, Charlotte Von Moos, Lisa Euler -- 2 students working groups

/ Academic and prospective for the StudioBasel

In charge with general statement about arrangement, analysis, mapping and diagrams

ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE, POLITIC The site is located on the french part of the Rhine valley in-between 4 different types of landscapes and geological conditions -the Rhine river, the Forest of La Hardt, Jura montains and the Black Forest on the east. Indeed, its natural features enable industrial and pharmaceurical infrastructures and more generally high productivity activities (agriculture, wood production, airport). Nevertheless, although settlement growth is quite controlled, this is not the case of the unbuilt territory that stands currently as a leftover of the built one. As a result, this whole area, with its patchwork of elements is neglected and underestimated: this combo of land use could play a strategic role for the futur develeopment of MetroBasel. The limits of this whole territory are defined by natural elements but the most natural edge condition between nature and urbanisation is, to our view, the forest, since the figure of the tree is acting like a visual abstraction and is the best element to sharpen a space and provide a proper identity to a territory. The sprawl of the forest would be our concept to handle leftovers and to restructure this neglected area, remaining the land production features of the site, in order to anticipate the future developmebt of the region. As already present on the site, we ould develop research and biotechnological centres that need a certain milieu to exist, that is present here. This would be a new kind of forest, not a forest as an outside (its basic word meaning), but more a urban forest, a linking element that would reconcile opposite notions of urbanisation and nature. This forest would be developped from the ancient structural grid of the forest of La Hardt, and would be integrated into a more bigger scale since one of the Haut Rhin’s feature is the presence of this forest. As the Rhine, this would become a hudge natural element entirely man-made that could be considered as an infrastructure. This project integrates a crossing boulevard starting from recreation parks, linking Basel to Mulhouse -France to Switzerland- following the topographical and the structural orientation of the territory, meaning enclosed in)between the railway, the highway and the Rhine. A second main axis crosses the area from the Sundgau valley to the Rhine. Then, the sprawl of the forest is integrated into the grid that is parallel to the main boulevard and divides tha land into three steps of vegetal densities: the production sites, public parks, and private gardens. The grid allows to find a gradient way to connect nature to urbanity, forest, to villages. Biotech gardens act as edge elements between thoses two entities.


The The Studio Studio focuse on the alarming consumption of land, landscape ans resources that contenporary forms forms of of urbanization urbanization implies. implies. The The project project should should propose propose to to centre centre architect’s architect’s attention attention on on Landschaft Landschaft -land, -land, landscape landscape and and the the entire entire un-built un-built territorterritor- as as an an operative operative priority. priority. The The studio studio focuses on the tri-national region of Basel. Unlike many other urbanized areas, its very spespecific cific topographical topographical and and geographical geographical features features have have guaranteed guaranteed unbuilt unbuilt space, space, that that present present aa natural, natural, latent latent limit limit to to urban urban growth. growth.

Section of the four landscapes

Forest -limit for the sprawl

Low density/ forest (flat)

Low density/ Forest (Flat)

Bartenheim La Chaussée

Bartenheim La Chaussée

Intervention site

Current edge conditions

Forest as a limit for the sprawl Obstructed visibility, sharp edge

Low density/ agriculture

Low density/ Agriculture (Flat)

Bourgfelden

Bourgfelden


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-Infrastructures: highway, railway, Rhine, forest -Recreation parks as starters -Biotec centers along the boulevard


The Sprawl of the forest,


in the masterplan proposal / Section in the gradientnature nature Zoom inZoom the masterplan proposal/ Section in the gradient A gradient nature to structure the territory and regulate the urban sprawl, thanks to nature A gradient nature to structure the territory and regulate the urban sprawl wt nature


low density forest for agriculture or research

Low density forest fororagriculture or research research Mid density forest for leisure and nature mid density forest for leisure and nature High forest density forestand fornature wood production Mid density for leisure low density forest for agriculture or research Low density forest for agriculture

mid density forest for leisure and nature

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Chloé Constantini & Arthur de Buren, Sundgau & Upper Rhine Valley

Masterplan of the proposal Masterplan of the proposal : Sprawl grid forest Chloé Constantini & Arthur de Buren, Sundgau & Upper


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TECTURE, EFFICIENCY, NEW FORM

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INTERNSHIP Architecture -Jun. 2014 EM2N Zurich - Matthias Muller and Daniel Niggli

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In charge with general arrangement (group work) and working models/ and pictures diagram plans and sections/ Design and drawong of the whole--hotel (TL-AG on first floor plan) 2 architects andthe 1 intern work (me) / professional

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MODELING -Zufg, Switzerland

INTERNSHIP architecture -Fev. 2014 EM2n Zurich - Matthias Muller and Daniel niggli www.em2n.ch -- Individual work

//Professional work

INTERNSHIP Architecture -Fev. 2014 EM2N Zurich - Matthias Muller and Damiel Niggli www.em2n.ch -- individual/ professionnal work

TRAM STATION IN ZUG (Switz.)

TRAM STATION IN ZUG (Switz.)

Wooden model 1:100 presentation model for a competition, three months working Wooden model 1:100 presentation model for a competition, three months working

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object design

INTERNSHIP Landscape architecture VOGT Landschaftsarkitekten, Zurich - Gunther Vogt www.vogt-la.com -- Individual works

HERBARIUm Design piece for an exhibition of the office about cabinets of curiosities, design process in landscape architecture.

1:1 model herbarium

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DIORAmA Concept for a ÂŤdiorama-windowÂť for Roche pharmaceutical building in Basel, work for Herzog and de Meuron

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INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPE -Segrate, Milan, Italy

DIPLOMA PROJECT Architecture -Jun. 2016 ENSAPLV Milan - prof. Didier Rebois, Thibault Barbier General secretary of Europan www.europan-europe.eu, ateliergeorges.fr -- individual work

URBAN WEAVE « redevelopment of a brownfield site in suburban areas: between continuity and fragment »

The project envisions a resilient form of inhabited landscape, that takes place into an old industrial wasteland near Milan. The point would be to use at its maximum the existing capacity of the land to « build » the project. Thus, the project is based on the possibility of pre-thinking an adaptable design for the region, implementing a new philosophy for a sustainable city, whilst using various discourses in the analysis. It is based on interdisciplinary approach of both architecture (history, theory, project) and city sciences (geography, sociology, economics of the environment, settlements and networks, urbanism). It fed on the sharp understanding of other disciplines than architecture, such as engineering landscape, sociology, or even semiology, in order to respond the most accurately to the territorial issues at large scale. The studied region was envisioned as a new inhabited park in the continuity of the existing Lambro park along the river. The project was developed into different phases. Each of the steps were designed to generate the next one so as to enhance the attractiveness and activity within the forsaken region. Based on the careful reading and understanding of the territorial features of the region, the proposal is a multi-scale intervention. It attempted to develop a new principle of settlement where vegetation and public spaces became the prime territorial ordering tool. This was pre-designed in a first phase as the establishment of a « resource-territory ». Basically, the work is a reflexion on the local potential for transformation of a contemporary city, regarding new paradigms.


LARGE TERRITORY SCALE 2. ANALYSIS 2. ANALYSIS .. aA

soil Project project SoiL

urban sprawl

dispersed landscape landscape permeable permeable zones zones to to preserve preserve aa dispersed

RECONNECTING the THE territorY TERRITORY uSiNg USING Water WATER 3. PROJECT ..recoNNectiNg canals, bocages... bocages... reducing reducing congestion congestion of of the the river river in in order order to to canalize canalize an an acqueous acqueous territory territory canals,

filtration pools urban canal

reconnexion pools and bocages

remeshing of the water network

A filtering park

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY in situe

1. bocage

2. wood transforation

3. fire/ 1. bocage construction wood

land-scape land-scape

halls halls

MODUS OPERANDI setting up a « resource-territory «

1. WATER SECTOR

2. WOOD WOOD SECT SECTOR 2.

townsite townsite


1. 1. RENATURATION RENATURATION AND AND IMPLEMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION OF OF THE THE PARK PARK ////NATURAL NATURALRYTHMES RYTHMES

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automn // A GRADIENT LANDSCAPE TOWARD URBANITY // A GRADIENT LANDSCAPE TOWARD URBANITY

EXPANSION OF THE AREA EXPANSION OF NATURALNESS AREAS


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2. RE- ACTIVATING THE INOCENTI INDUSTRIAL HALLS -STARTER OF ATTRACTIVNESS AND ACTIVITY

The educational greenhouse

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The educational greenhouse The educational greenhouse

The productive hangar The productive hangar

The current abandoned hall


3. DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPPMENTOF OFAN ANINHABITED INHABITEDMILIEU MILIEU

HYBRIDITÉ VILLE-NATURE //// CITY-NATURE CITY-NATURE HYBRIDITY HYBRIDITY


Planing a urban fabric based on vegetal elements // ADAPTABLE URBAN SYSTEM

standard fabric

new fabric

1. road

1. garden

2. plot limits

2. building

3. building

3. plot formation

4. garden

4. road


// AN INDUSTRIAL ENCLAVE TURNED INTO AN INHABITED PARK


// PLOT ARRANGEMENT AND PUBLIC SPACES IN THE PARK different types of gardens / collective space in-between


4. LIVING IN A PARK - REAPPROPRIATION OF THE PUBLIC SPACE

view on the residential garden #1

view on the plot garden #2

view on the collective garden #3


// SPACEOF AND THE INFORMAL // PUBLIC DECLINATION PUBLIC SPACES -RÉVERSIBILITY EAND FLEXIBILITY OF USES, «DÉSUBJECTIVISATION», RECONSTRUCTION OF SOCIAL ROLES, OF IMAGINARY, AND OF COLLECTIVE

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« io-political production does not only mean a material production in the strict economic sense but also affects and helps to produce all other aspects of social life, that is, economic, cultural and political. This production and increasing the value of the term common door it creates the possibility of another democracy today» Antonio Negri- (2008)

scene scène

open air ciné ciné en plein-air

place place

square square

potager

terrain de sport sportfield

vegetable garden

kiosk

public spaces inside the plot


// URBAN BIODIVERSITY

// MIXED HOUSING PROGRAM

Mixed building


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// TYPOLOGICAL DIVERSITY STRATEGY

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// SHARED TOWN HOUSES

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5. THE REALM OF THE COLLECTIVE

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he common is the area of what is between the private and the public. The common is what is between the individual and the state, the gradient in-between, where possibilities flourish. So it is here to manage a class in common with things to share. The project attempts to install processes, to make visible the cycles that will enable to negotiate the adaptation and change in the urban fabric. It attempts to set up solidarity networks, develop colllectives practices and the sharing of space and highlight coexistence principles. Those are these solidarities that create the commons. standard-flats floor


MEDIUM// standard appartment

BIG// co-residential housing for multi-family


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SMALL// student rooms

COMMON ROOM// co-residential housing


CONCLUSUS

-Zurich canton, Switzerland

COMPETITION Architecture -August. 2016 Gitai Architects, Haifa - Ben Ori Gitai, Charly Crochu -- 4 architects + 2 interns/ professional In charge with design of the passerelle/ graphics and drawings of the plans- sections

INTERIORITY, INERTIA, CONCLUSUS SPIRITUALITY Unser Vorschlag besteht darin, den Begriff von interdisziplinäre Bildung in eine Gebäudetypologie umzusetzen,

einen breiteren Begriff der Schule und des Unterrichts zu übermitteln. Wir schlagen daher ein Gebäude vor, das

das Umweltleistung und soziale Einheit vermischt. Unsere Entwurfsidee entspringt aus dem städtischen Plan

sich um die zentralen gemeinsamen Räume dreht und das vertikal zu einer großen Terrasse auf der obersten Etage

der grünen Stadt, die sich als Pionier in der Vision der erneuerbaren Energien durchsetzt und die Verbindung

verbunden ist, wo die Kinder einen reizvollen Spielplatz im Freien vorfinden und die umliegende Nachbarschaft

zwischen Gebäude und Umwelt flektiert. Die Bildung ist der Ausgangspunkt für unser Design. Wir konzentrieren

wahrnehmen können. Die Schule pflegt externe sowie interne Dialoge und fördert dabei die Beteiligung der

Conclusus - The title refers to the «hortus conclusus» of Peter Zumthor, as an enclosed garden that we would turn here as a declination of enclosed areas for children to feel free to play in, to talk, to invest. uns zunächst auf die Klassenzimmer der Kinder, die miteinander kommunizieren und somit eine grosse

Eltern und die Zusammenarbeit der relevanten Institutionen mit der Schule. Wir schlagen ein Gebäude vor das

Flexibilität bieten um auf zukünftige und verändernde Anforderungen zu reagieren. Indem wir den Umfang der

kompakt sowie offen ist, gleichzeitig geteilt und einheitliche, verbunden und überlappend. Es schafft einen

Lehre unterstreichen - und zwar nicht wie man lernt, aber eher wie der Unterrichtsräume dienen können - wird

zusammengeführten offenen Raum im Innenhof, das Licht zu den zentralen Erschliessungsflächen bringt. Dieses

dem Nutzer die Möglichkeit gegeben sich darin selbst zu entwickeln. Ein Hauptziel ist es, die Funktionen des

Kontinuum von Bildungsräumen bietet eine Vielzahl von Möglichkeiten für Kinder durch eine angenehme und

Gebäudes, wie zum Beispiel Sportaktivität und Lehrklassen, miteinander zu vermischen und somit den Kindern

einladende Lernumgebung neue Erfahrungen zu schaffen.

The idea is to find boxes into other ones. Inside the building, you’ll find playgrounds, gardens and open spaces, which aim to evoque spiritual dimension of the physical environment. Block- We wanted to express inertia of the building through the use of concrete for the structure of the building. Education should be represented in the public sphere as a durable element that hosts and protects children.

Perspektive aus Süden. Die Südfassade definiert den

Abschluss vom Maneggplatz und bietet gleichzeitig einen Blickfang für Fussgänger die vom Spinnereiplatz kommen.

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A PASSIVE BUILDING

Solar panels - The facade is composed of concrete blocks, on which we stuck glass pannels. The pannels are implemented with special led system that capture solar rays and transform it into energy for the building. Besides, solar panels are placed on the roof, their inclination allow a better yield of captation of energy and create sorts of recesses for children to be protected from total outdoor. SPORTANLAGE

Innenperspektive vom Innenhof. Das Licht filtriert durch die Vegetation der Dachlandschaft und gelangt in die Mitte des Gebäudes auf das 1. und 2. Obergeschoss.

Innenperspektive vom Innenhof. Das Licht filtriert durch die Vegetation der Dachlandschaft und gelangt in die Mitte des Gebäudes auf das 1. und 2. Obergeschoss.

Roof- Indeed, the roof is used as an enfilade of playground «rooms». TECHNIK

SPORTANLAGE

Putz 1cm Beton 25cm Dämmplatte 10cm Hinterlüftung 12cm PV Transluzid 2cm Senkrechter Rollstoren

Passerelle- To croos the railway, a passerelle stand as a pathway to a «mirrador», from where you can admire the landscape of the region as it opens on the Sihl river. FUNKTIONEN Sport Unterrichtsräume Bibliothek / Musik Verpflegung Verwaltung Aussenbereich

CONCLUSUS

Putz 1cm Beton 25cm Dämmplatte 10cm Hinterlüftung 12cm PV Transluzid 2cm

TECHNIK

Photovoltaik-Paneele bilden an der Südfassade die Aussenhaut des Gebäudes. Sie eignen sich bestens zur Fassadenbekleidung: Solarzellen sind witterungsbeständig sowie hagelfest und erfüllen in Kombination mit einer nicht brennbaren Wärmedämmung auch höchste Ansprüche an den Brandschutz.

Perspektive auf dem 3.OG. Der Pausenhof auf dem Dach bietet den Kindern möglichst viel Freiraum. Vegetation und innere Vordächer späden Schatten.

Senkrechter Rollstoren

The bridge is enclosed into high walls, opened onto structural elements of the site.

Photovoltaik-Paneele bilden an der Südfassade die Aussenhaut des Gebäudes. Sie eignen sich bestens zur Fassadenbekleidung: Solarzellen sind witterungsbeständig sowie hagelfest und FUNKTIONEN Sport erfüllen in Kombination mit einer nicht brennbaren Unterrichtsräume Wärmedämmung auch höchste Ansprüche an den Bibliothek / Musik Verpflegung Brandschutz. Verwaltung Aussenbereich

Perspektive auf dem 3.OG. Der Pausenhof auf dem Dach bietet den Kindern möglichst viel Freiraum. Vegetation und innere Vordächer späden Schatten.

CONCLUSUS

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DACHGESCHOSS

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ANSICHT PASSERELLE 1:200

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A Worker Reads History Who built the seven gates of Thebes? The books are filled with names of kings. Was it the kings who hauled the craggy blocks of stone? And Babylon, so many times destroyed. Who built the city up each time? In which of Lima’s houses, That city glittering with gold, lived those who built it? In the evening when the Chinese wallwas finished. Where did the masons go? Imperial Rome Is full of arcs of triumph. Who reared them up? Over whom Did the Ceasars triumph? Byzantium lives in song Were all her dwellings palaces? Ans even in Atlantis of the legend The night the seas rushed in, The drowning men still bellowed for their slaves. Young Alexander conquered India. He alone? Ceasar beat the Gauls. Was there not even a cook in his army? Philip of Spain wept as his fleet Was sunk and destroyed. Were there no other tears? Frederick the Great triumphed in the Seven Year War. Who triumphed with him? Each page a victory. At whose expense the victory ball? Every ten years a great man, Who paid the piper? So many particulars. So many questions.

Bertolt Brecht-

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