”The Danish-American architect Knud Lonberg-Holm was a Zelig-like character who played a key role in shaping some of the most important architectural  ideas of his time. Yet, today, his work is more or less forgotten. Now with the exhibition of an archive of documents assembled by the scholar Marc Dessauce, this pioneer of avant-garde photography, information design, cybernetics, and sustainability may finally get his due”.

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Metropolis, Junio 2014

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