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Pavillon d'exposition, palais Ahrenberg, Stockholm, Sweden, 1962
"Here someone initiates a special urbanistic intention: a clever man, who loves his city and who has also the intention to earn his living, Mr. Theodor Ahrenberg, has the will to put his city, Stockholm, once more and categorically in the vanguard. He has chosen three names of creators: Picasso, Matisse, Le Corbusier (I give you my word, I did net know anything about this choice).

I had never met this promotor, Mr. Ahrenberg, before. He aise asked me to design the plans of a building to put on the water, in the sea, in front of the quay connected with the shore by a gang-way. A special room was dedicated to each artist and conceived to offer different possibilities of walls, ceilings, mobile pannels. In short, this would have permitted to show the art of each of these three artists.

Seeing this plan, the reader could understand what it meant: exhibit on the human scale. This came to nothing (as was expected-the usual refrain). One could believe that God who created the world does net tolerate little man to be impassioned with creation-even on his own small scale.
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