Rafael Moneo Quotes
I liked painting and drawing, and I liked humanities mainly - poetry, literature - this speculative attitude toward life.
I would say that to put architecture in the chain of history, to be able to interpret and understand why we are where we are, is quite crucial.
At the Museum of Roman Art, the logic of the forms is very much modern. But in spite of that, the idea of the construction could be related to a historical time.
Buildings are always better than drawings and models.
I don't have regrets of being an architect. You are looking continuously - to the leaves of the trees, the shapes of the cars, to the structures of the city, to the patterns of textiles - to find the reasons behind the forms. That is very rewarding. If you extend a profession like that to the entire history, it allows you to travel through time.
Nicole Gale Anderson
Alvar N. C. de Vaca
Frederick Scott Oliver
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