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Adaptable architecture

from The Telegraph

A house is for life, not just for Christmas. That's what Deborah Sarnoff and Robert Gotkin must have been thinking when they bought Robert Venturi's 1969 Lieb House, an asbestos-shingled box emblazoned with a Pop Art number 9 beside the door. They spent another $100,000 having it peeled off its site in New Jersey and shipped up the East River on the back of a barge, to its new resting place in Glen Cove, NY. more


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