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The Secret Life of Buildings: Design Museum Holon, 2015

One can pass by a building every day without truly seeing it. Time flows differently for buildings than for people. Sometimes it takes a mediator like a camera to look into the world of buildings. As time changes its pace and starts flowing in a different rhythm, hidden things come to light: The dance of light and shade, an intricate relationship between the building and its surroundings. Morning, noon and evening, sunset and sunrise, day and night, , clouds and wind. And we are left wondering: Did the architect who imagined this building, also pictured the light and shadow dancing on the concrete and steel?


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