We ought to die at 75. It’s more than enough. We ought to be polite enough to leave the world to others. Anyhow, this is not what’s happening. In Western countries we just go on and on. We even think it’s good to live as long as possible. We never discuss our desperate refusal to die. Can it really be good for our society? Or even for us as individuals? How to think of a contemporary city where people also die? How to make architecture for mortal beings?
Venice, 2019, 23x17cm, 212pp. illustrated, Paperback.