"The truth is that hardly

“The truth is that hardly anything is as real as it used to be. Stone or brick on a building, despite the solidity it connotes from the days when thick piles of stone and brick actually held up the floors and roofs above, is now all veneer, four or eight inches thick and arranged on the outside of an equally thin, hollow, framed wall.” Anita’s LOL introduced me to Ken Friedlein’s wonderful architecture column The Built World.

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