Play, Architecture and Desire

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"In those days we spoke often of a city – imaginary, but still realizable – that would be built with no object beyond the facilitation of play. The chief obstacle of course, was architecture. Desire is fleeting; architecture is not. So desire learns to accommodate itself to architecture"

The Mirror Thief by Martin Seay

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