The Architecture of Happiness

Some people call it pseudo-philosophy but I’ve always enjoyed De Botton’s work, particularly his earlier book The Art of Travel. This is about space and place, something that I’ve always been interested in, and something that has found its way into my writing a lot over the years.

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