Conseils à un futur architecte


« There are very few real architects who get big jobs because it is only the politician who gets big jobs, and the politician never has time to be an architect. So by all means the architect should learn to do small jobs well, because of the very fact that if he is sincere he shall probably never get big ones.  »

Ainsi parle Chas Morgan, architecte, collaborateur de F.L.Wright, lorsqu’il répond à un jeune aspirant architecte qui lui demande quelques conseils, en 1931…

L’histoire complète et la reproduction des lettres ici.

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