1. Without detail or pattern there is no representational quality to the architecture. (Chapel, I.I.T., 1952)
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  3. The expression of the buildings uses. (Richards Medical research Laboratories, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 1957-61)
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  5. Monumentality. Not taken out of time, but timeless. (Richards Medical research Laboratories, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 1957-61)
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  7. Building with the materials at hand and with old technology. (Mosque, New Gorma, 1948-53)
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  9. Architecture for the poor. To take the people’s lifestyle into account. (Mosque, New Gorma, 1948-53)
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  11. To provide the familiar. (Low-cost housing, Belapur, New Bombay, 1986) (National Crafts Museum, Delhi, 1957-91)
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  13. Modern, but traditional inflections with local culture. (Kagawa Prefecture Government Office, Takamatsu, 1955-58)
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  15. Human scale, community. (Byker Redevelopment, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1969-80)
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  17. Regionalism after modernism created a new type of ornament. (Nicholas Farmhouse, Mount Irvine, N.S.W., 1977-80)
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  19. . Light enhances defines pattern. (Koshino House, Ashiya, Hyogo, 1979-81)
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  21. . Fake cities are not inside buildings, but it is enjoyable to experience. (Carlo Felice New Theatre, Genoa, 1983-91)
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  23. . Will airports be the museums of twentieth century art? (Musée D’Orsay, Paris, interior, 1985)
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  25. . Buildings relate to the space, culture and local traditions. (Jean-Marie Tjibaou Culture Centre, Noumea, New Caledonia, 1994-98)
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  27. . Buildings are becoming with decoration applied. (Christchurch Art Gallery, 1998-2003)
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