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Reversible Destiny Wire

Madeline Gins, one of the architects behind that crazy Hamptons house with no right angles and a moon-like interior, talks to Architizer about how architecture can promote "reversible destiny," or "choosing not to die." "If all human life takes place within the built environment, then theoretically—and actually—no limit can be set at all on the extent to which the built environment could contribute to the human organism's viability," Gins says. Read on. [Architizer; previously]