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With the demolition of NYC's American Folk Art Museum imminent, architect Tod Williams, who designed the building with his partner, Billie Tsien, has finally broken his silence. "People have lost limbs, but they still retain their heart and soul," he tells the New York Times, referring to MoMA's professed inability to incorporate the museum into an upcoming expansion. "There are many things that happen to us in life, but it makes us deeper and stronger... Our interiors become more rich with time and use." [NYT via Curbed NY; previously]