Hippies or not, there are some who dare to create on the hoof
I received a book recently called Rural Studio (Princeton Architectural Press), which outlines and illustrates the work of the late Samuel Mockbee. The subtitle is ‘An Architecture of Decency’, which is obviously trying to claim the higher moral ground. Ignoring this aspect, both the book and the work are splendid.
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