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10 23 20.91%
9 10 9.09%
8 16 14.55%
7 15 13.64%
6 5 4.55%
5 2 1.82%
4 3 2.73%
3 5 4.55%
2 6 5.45%
1 25 22.73%
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Old October 19th, 2019, 05:04 AM   #61
LdnNiko
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Such a mess. Architecture should be celebrated when it inspires and makes one happy to say that they live or work in a building that does.
How many residents and nearby neighbours would say that they are excited by / feel positive about Trellick Tower?
There have been studies, courses and books on mental well-being and how architecture has an impact. I don't think the design lends itself to positive feelings for anyone living in or closeby. 0/10.
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