'The definition of an architect,” said an exasperated Lord Blake, provost of Queen's College, Oxford, on the completion of the long-delayed, over-budget, leaky-roofed Florey student accommodation building, “is someone you employ only once.”
An architectural question.
Does anyone know of a fairly experimental architect / architectural practice that built a number of American shopping malls. Would have been in the 1970s, maybe earlier. Have an image of an interesting building in a forest too. Read an article ages ago that I can’t trace. I remember one building had a section that was designed to look like a stack of blocks or bricks that had fallen down. Playful, surreal, subversive work.
Anyone any ideas?