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The outer thirds of Michelangelo's stair in the Laurentian Library vestibule are abruptly chopped off and lead virtually nowhere: it is similarly wrong in the relation of its size to its space, and yet right in relation to the whole context of the spaces beyond.
Robert Venturi, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture (1966), p. 32.




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