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Miswanting Results in Not Wanting What We Like

I said I wanted a new office building, I’d like something unusual.

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The building above is not what I had in mind, I don’t want it. This header image is a perfect example of getting an office but it’s just all wrong. It met the brief — I said I wanted an unusual office building. Yet when I saw it, I could be forgiven for not wanting or liking…

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Karen Madej

Karen Madej

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