In the article “Rem Koolhaas, a country man” by Babelia, Joan Roig analyzes the last theoretical proposal of the great Dutch architect, which led to his exhibition ‘Countryside. The Future’ at the Guggenheim in New York, where he proposes a return to the countryside.
“It is difficult to be objective with Rem Koolhaas. He is not only one of the great contemporary architects but also a shrewd analyst of the reality that surrounds us. His best texts —which, as happened to Robert Venturi and Aldo Rossi, tend to be better than their best buildings— have always helped architects to see beyond their noses and showed them what was happening in their environment before they could perceive it.”
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