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The Quotable Toyo Ito

In an interview with Dezeen, Pritzker Prize-winning architect Toyo Ito waxes poetic about how architecture is only as great as its relationship with the people who use it. "I have always intended to design architecture to look more beautiful with humans present," he says. "When I think about architecture, I think of it as a piece of clothing that must be wrapped around human beings." [Dezeen; previously]