If you ever thought your office was cramped and needed bunk-style desks, you probably weren’t the first. A photo taken of Paul Rudolph’s architectural office located in New York City in the late Via Kelvin Dickinson
"There are many architects who aren’t really aware of their own patterns, just like most people don’t know their patterns in private. We find that a really exciting theme because architecture and psychology suddenly become very close.
Portrait photo of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright was also an interior designer, writer, and educator who designed more than projects, of which more than 500 resulted in completed works PHOTOGRAPHER / CREDIT: Al Ravenna DATE: 1954
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