You either believe Tsien&Williams or you don’t and you either open the book super enlightened or slightly skeptical (yeah, I was the former). The cover’s serenity carries on throughout the book, which consists of predominately black and white photographs. Any color is represented in palette-like photography, and the gray text within the book never takes up more than one paragraph per page. You sort of read any text by accident, as it doesn’t stand out. Leafing through the book is low stress and an instant OHMM. Just like their architecture.