The story behind Olivier Cablat’s Duck is already absurd enough. In 1930, the American farmer Martin Maurer, a Peking duck breeder in Long Island, New York, started looking for a way to make his farms look more appealing. The solution was simple and combined business with pleasure: make the building itself duck-shaped.
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