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By Carles Broto

Constructions designed for tradition and schooling have allowed architects to strengthen their creativity in supplying responses to the useful and aesthetic necessities of tasks that experience formal transformations yet are built-in less than an analogous architectural prism: colleges, universities, museums, cultural centres and coaching centres, every one of them with their particular wishes.

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