«by Hannah Knox Damian O’Doherty Theo Vurdubakis Chris Westrup EBK Working Paper 2005/20 Enacting Airports: Space, Movement and Modes of Ordering ...»
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TOBIAS is an Airport Information Advise System Fulchester Airport Information & Travel Help Here we discover another case of the intrusion of artifice and media into ‘real’ organization, the copy back-forming the ‘original’ to create spirals of simulacra and the hyperreal.
As Koolhaas commented on Euralille, his large development in Lille, the nearest stop to Eurotunnel,.
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