Walking Through Cities: Insides and Outsides



It’s always interesting to look at half-built buildings. Before their outsides are in place and before the space inside them has been divided into rooms and corridors. It’s a reminder that within them all, there are structures and supports that need to be as sturdy as any animal skeleton.



Later on, they look so different of course. Some people find modern buildings cold and alienating. Personally I find something reassuring and beautiful in their sharp, abstract angles. They seem somehow to have evolved beyond the material of their making even though they still need their insides.




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