Farther on, steps lead down to the sea, to fishermen's taverns installed in natural grottoes. As porous as this stone is the architecture. Building and action interpenetrate in the courtyards, arcades and stairways. In everything they preserve the scope to become a theater of new, unforseen constellations. Porosity is the inexhaustible law of the life of this city, reappearing everywhere.

Benjamin, Walter; Lacis, Asja: Reflections (1925)

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