The history of architecture and design is studded with great new ideas.
Think of the pyramids, the glories of ancient Greece and Rome – when Palladio rediscovered them he set the built template for centuries. The 19th century saw a revival of medieval Gothic, and then in 1919 Walter Gropius was appointed head of a small art and design school in Germany.
Rather than harking back to the past, he envisaged a brave new way of...
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