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On The Architecture Of Prisons
"Just as prisons in the U.S. are now designed to look not just secure and largely windowless but so nondescript that they practically disappear, architecture firms often coat their prison-design work in several layers of euphemism. ... But thanks to a growing number of factors - some within the architecture profession, some political, others in pop culture - prison design is shedding some of that carefully managed anonymity."
Los Angeles Times 09/02/13
Posted September 4, 2013 12:52 AM
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