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1. Paul Rand
(O - P)
  ~ Paul Rand  (1914–1996), American art director
Created on 05 October 2014
2. Dan Rice
(C - D)
  In other words, architecture is the only art that allows its subjects to move freely and experience the space from inside-out or outside-in.
Created on 20 December 2013
3. Adolf Loos
(A - B)
  Life is full of ups and downs, as the old adage goes. So when life becomes unbearably difficult to handle, adding a dose of humour into your life will definitely help to ease your aching soul.
Created on 19 December 2013
4. Norman Foster
(M - N)
  Being an optimist, what is there to lose?
Created on 23 April 2013
5. Glen Murcutt
(G - H)
  Dealing with authorities can be quite daunting at times. I think our profession can do away with less bureaucratic constraints and procedures. After all, we are the ones who carry the burden of liability ...
Created on 30 January 2013
6. Andrée Putman
(A - B)
  Many of you may have heard of the term "boutique hotel" but does the name Andrée Putman ring any bells to you? The late Andrée Putman together with her clients, Steven Rubell and Ian Shraeger was largely ...
Created on 25 January 2013
7. Peter Cook
(O - P)
  The ability to sketch is absolutely essential to architects. Freehand sketching remains an important aspect of being an architect even in the age of computer-generated technology. It doesn't cost much ...
Created on 23 January 2013

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Every man's work, whether it be literature, or music or pictures or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself.

~ Samuel Butler, Victorian-era English author.