The Desert Tower

Aerial view of the Ka'ba and what is so called Abraj AlBait
A-City: Sector 1576N (Aerial), 1986 by Lebbeus Woods
Taken from an exhibition held at the Friedman Benda gallery in New York earlier this year, the drawings show the dystopian architectural landscapes of Woods’ imagination, including the Centricity and A-City projects that explore the political nature of architecture and its capacity to affect society.

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The people from the barrio built the city twice: during the day we built the houses of the well-off. At night and at weekends, with solidarity, we built our own homes, our barrio.

  —Andrés Antillano, resident of Caracas, April 15, 2004