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henri félix fortier durand
Poster / 18" x 12"
2 pages
architecture, art, Barbershop, colour, dream, people, social, street, survival, urban

Learning on the job, I have produced a variant from my first iteration on the urban essence of the old houses, structures which most often are simply, roughly, torn down to make place for a cubic warehouse style big powerful glass shaded anonymous box.

Now, my problem as an architect is not to solve this problem, but to visualize it in such a way that fellow beings might become interested into looking at the old wrecks in their own living urban area in a 'different' way.

Each of us is or can be an intelligent 'agent' of change; instead of the short term economic view which consumates most of us, why not start thinking about reusing, adjusting, sprucing up what has been around, with our own hands.

Wonder why unemployment has become the death of the majority of us? Look around you, you might find a personal answer, positive, exciting for all around you.

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