1990. 1 Public Concurrence


If national institutions such as the Senate expand their spaces with an elemental and eloquent language, other regional bodies such as the Parliament of Galicia adapt themselves to existing structures with geometric exactitude. In the everyday public domain the visibility secured by emphatic forms is also pursued; for instance, the Auditorium of Santiago reinforces those rotund forms with local elements and materials, while the Parish of Tres Cantos subdues them with the control of scale...[+]

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