quotes about art, architecture and other important things

a collection of quotes that I gathered over the years through my reading.  I don't necessarily agree with all of the ideas and opinions expressed herein but those that either provoked thought or tickled were included.

November 2014 - studio of Glenn Williams Architect NCARB

draw it out

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Antonio di Pietro Averlino also "Averulino", known as Filarete (from φιλάρετος, Greek for "lover of excellence"),

Antonio di Pietro Averlino also “Averulino”, known as Filarete (from φιλάρετος, Greek for “lover of excellence”),