“In this vision of connectedness, the terrace plays a unique role. When we stand on it and look out, or lie down on it and look up, elevation gives us the illusion of having transcended gravity, of having risen above everything that tries to pull us down. Yet our eye — and through the eye, our mind — remains connected not only to the sky, but also to the tops of trees, to birds and other flying things, to other houses and lives lived in other terraces and, beyond all this, to a horizon barely glimpsed or imagined.” – Aveek Sen
(House with a Head, Art and Life column, The Telegraph)

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