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Konukevi architect by BBK

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Université Toulouse 1 Capitole School of Economics, Toulouse, France World Without Limits The breach in the historic city wall is seen as an opportunity, to see boundaries not as limits, but as ‘thresholds’ to be crossed and held. Posi...

Université Toulouse 1 Capitole School of Economics, Toulouse, France World Without Limits The breach in the historic city wall is seen as an opportunity, to see boundaries not as limits, but as ‘thresholds’ to be crossed and held.