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Paradoxical spaces of the existing site and building are adjacent and can often still be felt today. For example, certain rooms seem vast and abandoned, others have low ceilings with original metal structure and stonework intact, yet a few steps later, on

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Originally appeared in The Red House, Paris
on August 19, 2010
Paradoxical spaces of the existing site and building are adjacent and can often still be felt today. For example, certain rooms seem vast and abandoned, others have low ceilings with original metal structure and stonework intact, yet a few steps later, on
Paradoxical spaces of the existing site and building are adjacent and can often still be felt today. For example, certain rooms seem vast and abandoned, others have low ceilings with original metal structure and stonework intact, yet a few steps later, one can find the typical museum "white cube" sterility of exhibition space.

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