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Modernist or Convicted Felon

Modernist or Convicted Felon

Modernist or Convicted Felon?

1. His room is spare, clean, and well lit. 2. The dining area is spacious and white, with a subtle, almost imperceptible low humming drone. 3. He eats alone, although he is often surrounded by others. 4. He spends time in isolation. 5. Daily, he shuffles aimlessly in the enclosed yard, trying to avoid eye contact, until it’s time to go back inside.

{ Coffee with an Architect }

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Cite: Jody Brown. "Modernist or Convicted Felon" 05 Jan 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/197828/modernist-or-convicted-felon/> ISSN 0719-8884
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