""IN ARCHITECTURE, THERE IS A PART THAT IS THE RESULT OF LOGICAL REASONING AND A PART THAT IS CREATED THROUGH THE SENSES. THERE IS ALWAYS A POINT WHERE THEY CLASH. DON'T THINK ARCHITECTURE CAN BE CREATED WITHOUT THAT COLLISION.""
About the Author
Philip Jodidio studied art history and economics at Harvard University, and was Editor-in-Chief of the French journal Connaissance des Arts for over two decades. He has published numerous articles and books, including TASCHEN's Architecture Now! volumes I and II, Building a New Millennium, and monographs on Norman Foster, Richard Meier, and Alvaro Siza. Jodidio is internationally renowned as one of the most talented writers on the subject of architecture.