Architecture can't force people to connect, it can only plan the crossing points, remove barriers, and make the meeting places useful and attractive.
At about five I knew I was going to be an architect because my mother had studied architecture. I thought it was women's work. I had a proprietary feeling about architecture. I could own it because my mother owned it.
In the 1960s, Robert Venturi and I played a game we called ‘I can like something worse than you can like.’
We have no sociology of architecture. Architects are unaccustomed to social analysis and mistrust it; sociologists have fatter fish to fry.
Faced with unmeasurables, people steer their way by magic.
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