Breuer House I by Marcel Breuer architect, at Lincoln, Massachusetts-USA, 1939
"When stone is used in a wall, the goal is not to evoke a notion of rock, but to build a well-defined slab, made of stone because stone is a good, durable and structurally pleasant material, ... It should be clear that this is a wall built by a bricklayer, who makes drawings with dimensions and a given geometry; it is not a cave or part of a romantic anachronism.
“The structure is developed simultaneously with the project. Thinking about form and details is part of the same process: the project. I'm so interested in the smallest details that the whole structure. "
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