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Hertzberger begins by stating that architecture should not express the extraordinary, but accommodate the ordinary. He states...

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November 14, 1983 | Video Lecturer:

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Hertzberger begins by stating that architecture should not express the extraordinary, but accommodate the ordinary. He states that within each project, there should be an essence of articulation, in which giving the appropriate dimension of use and function is accomplished. Another method by which this dimension is assigned is through human associations. These associations provide the means by which to create “less as more.”