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Yona Friedman by Annie Ratti
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Yona Friedman

by Annie Ratti

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 888158705X, Paperback)

Paris-based architect and theorist Yona Friedman's 2008-09 Musee dans la rue project places provocative mini-museums--agglomer-ations of Plexiglass cubes and parallelepipeds placed on top of one another--on the streets of major European cities, where they may be adapted by anyone who wishes to make their mark.

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