Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Alexander and Victoria Wiley Professor, wants you to question him. He believes in standing behind a concept, and welcomes debate. He also believes that architecture needs to consider the lifespan of a building, rather than the creation of complete structure. Here, the internationally acclaimed educator, author, architect, thinker and humanist shares some of his ideas.
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