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This book is highly unusual for an architecture opus: it is well written, it is funny, and it is wise in so many ways. I literally 'couldn't put it down," as the old book review-saw goes, and read it in one sitting.... Cesal finds useful parables for architects and their predicament in the most unusual places: the relationship of bartenders to bar owners, how prostitutes are and are not like architects, and how a good architect is like a fire extinguisher.... Cesal offers a unique, refreshing take on the profession.
Posted July 17, 2012
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