1979 January: Ecological architecture of Lucien Kroll
‘C’est I’exception qui est Za regle generale’. This brief remark of the architect Lucien Kroll sums up his architectural approach, the visual aspect of his work initially looks totally anarchic but beneath it is a serious attempt to create buildings that do not impose on their users but reflect an ecologically sensitive and contextually unique design process.
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