By Paulo Brito
The façade of the 1.2rc2 multi-service company is a real patchwork. Reflection of the survival to three ½ earthquakes, two typhoons, a harpies attack, perhaps the worst occurrence; it has also been the innocent victim, in the octagonal corner on the right side, just after the 1.b update, of the Cerberus bite. It is certainly due to these attacks that the façade doesn’t have a final and updated version.
It is a building that seems to be falling any moment, but which is safer than a Molotov pudding. And it continues to be both a sublime architectural vision to some, and a frightening aberration to others. We must also add that it has, so it is made to believe, two entrance doors and one of them, introduced in the rc1.b update, placed thirty-five meters from the ground. People can say that this upper door is just to exit, but we all know that doors are made first for entering and only then for exiting. And therefore, that door makes the building, rebuilding, and update of the 1.2rc2 multi-service company headquarters even more mysterious.
It was, thus, through the door on the ground floor, in its v1.0 version, that a man of indecipherable age entered the building and walked briskly to the F1 counter to be received by a lady in her thirties, she seems older, but should politely be given the due consideration.
‘I want to order a suicide’ stammered our man with determination. [Read more…] about A Not so Usual Request