We all love musical architecture; there's no doubt about that.
To make architecture with any real value is a massive challenge.
When I was in architecture school at Princeton, the worst thing you could say about someone was that they were eclectic.
What's fascinating about D.C., the exteriors are these elaborate structures, this gorgeous architecture and beautiful stonework, and then you go inside and it's crap-looking - apart from the White House, which is beautiful.
Architecture is particularly difficult for women; there's no reason for it to be. I don't want to blame men or society, but I think it was for a long time, the clients were men, the building industry is all male.
Architecture is unnecessarily difficult. It's very tough.
I think about architecture all the time. That's the problem. But I've always been like that. I dream it sometimes.
I don't know why I've always been so captivated by architecture.
Istanbul is inspiring because it has its own code of architecture, literature, poetry, music.
Architecture begins where engineering ends.
Society understands the architecture of academia and knows there are relevant qualifications in different fields, and the media accepts the idea of specialisations and accords greater respect to those with greater expertise. With one exception: climate science.
I have no requirements for a style of architecture.
In any architecture, there is an equity between the pragmatic function and the symbolic function.
I don't believe in morality in architecture.
When I write now I do not invent situation, characters, or actions, but rather structures and discursive forms, textual groupings which are combined according to secret affinities among themselves, as in architecture or the plastic arts.
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