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A Chat With Moshe Safdie

Architect Moshe Safdie has some good soundbites in Vanity Fair this month. On women: “I suspect there’s more talented women architects today than there are women conducting symphony orchestras." On starchitects: "Star architects have seized an opportunity to go anywhere in the world to produce meaningless buildings." And on Le Corbusier's credo: "A house is not a machine! It’s something else for living—but not a machine.” [Vanity Fair]