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See 'Lost in space' on the Eye blog. Rob Waller's piece asks: "Why do architects believe their wordless buildings are easy to read?"

 

Barbican Centre, London. The Barbican in London is notoriously illegible – with no obvious exit the yellow line is an essential lifeline for visitors moving between the Tube station and the concert hall.

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Taken on April 8, 2011