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Following on from the two previous issues which tackled various representations of power in architecture, this third number goes a step further and demonstrates how power is using architecture not just simply to express itself, but to organise itself. The central thesis reflected in this timely and wide-ranging collection of articles and images is that power structures and power relations think architecturally in order to be successful.
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