Thursday, September 20, 2007

Architecture is in expressly delightful

"Architecture is expressly delightful, and of the greatest convenience to mankind in all respects, both public and private; and in dignity not inferior to the most excellent. …. Him I shall call an architect who, by a sure and wonderful art and method, is able, both with thought and invention, to devise and, with execution, to complete all those works which, by means of the movement of greatest weights and the conjunction and amassment of bodies, can, with the greatest beauty, be adapted to the uses of mankind: and to be able to do this, he must have a thorough insight into the noblest and most curious sciences." Leon Battista Alberti (1450)


Firebrand on duty: Constantin K.
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