24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
this book taught me so much, and reminded me of much more,
This review is from: Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an Architecture of Decency (Paperback)
As an architecture student, each reading of this book reminds me why I got into archiecture in the first place; that architecture at its best is ingeneous and beautiful; that architecture is as relevant as its practicioners make it; that there is a greater good to be adressed by all in the field; that shelter is architecture's raison d'etre; that there are more important things in the architectural world than the latest Prada opening.
As a human, it reminds me how to live and create well.
You don't get that from your average architecture book, do ya?