performalism
 n.— «Grobman and Neuman call the new trend in architecture “performalism,” a term that is derived from the words “performance” (the way in which a building and urban planning in general function, and the degree to which they meet our demands) and “form” (the building’s external appearance).» —“In search of ‘personal’ space” by Ziva Sternhell Haaretz (Tel Aviv, Israel) Oct. 12, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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