Frank Lloyd Wright

“An architect is a builder, a constructor, a form-giver, and he’s got to be a master of idea-giving, of ideas. He’s got to know ideas when he sees or hears them. He’s got to experiment lifelong in connection with those things which he himself has come to understand.”

Frank Lloyd Wright, Sunday Morning Talk (Taliesin), June 18, 1950

 

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