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The architectural works that are compared on the following pages sometimes look very similar and sometimes they just share something. Many of the comparisons have already been made, and some of them, such as the Farnsworth House and the Glasshouse, are already classic chapters in the history of architecture. Kenneth Clark pointed out, in his study of Leonardo, that every work of art needs to be reinterpreted for every generation. Without aspiring to so much, what we intend is to add some things to what has already been written and, above all, to put together the works that have had, so to speak, offspring.