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. . . detecting, responding and concentrating on clearnes . . .
Architecture must not become an end in itself or a pure show. The designed surface around us, loud and glaring, has become more important than that what really touches us architecturally and emotionally. Nowadays we have to cope with a glut of pictures and information, thus concentration and peace become ever more important. Therefore it is, above all, the task of architecture to deliver contents and convictions.