Le béton en garde à vue - Architectural and theatrical manifesto

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"Imagined by the famous architect while he was under investigation, this architectural manifesto in the form of a play is pure Ricciotti: very joyfully provocative, outrageously playing with language, definitely pamphleteering. On stage in this fictional trial: an intractable examining magistrate, an architect with the false airs of a chicken thief, fussy gendarmes. Any resemblance with real people is of course fortuitous. Because the real defendant in this comedy is concrete, the unloved one. For the author, this bad trial masks all the generosity and resources of the exceptional material that he defends with ardor: "In all my projects there is concrete. It is a condiment that awakens the taste buds, I can't help but put it in every dish."

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11,3 cm x 21 cm
96 pages