Of the three designs, Milunic's witty, symbolist creation perhaps best epitomised
the carnival character of the Velvet Revolution.
It is a tribute to the effectiveness of the Gothic Revival in England that the popular idea and image of 'church' is still so bound up with the Gothic, but when we think of 'hospital' it is not nineteenth century examples that come to mind but rather the modernist image epitomised
in Aalto's Paimio and Duiker's Zonnestraal.
The separation of seat and structure has its origins in the late 1920s, epitomised
by Marcel Breuer's cantilevered steel tube chair with cane or leather seats.
The often fruitful relationship between modernity and tradition in Southeast Asian architecture is epitomised
by this radical transformation of an undistinguished suburban house, using traditional local devices to control and modify the climate.