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What do these two quotes by two architects have in common?
What is the greatest human work, you ask? You probably expect me to say something of myself! (Laughter)
The noblest thought-built edifice in the world is probably Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, that amazing revolution in tumult and splendor of sound built on four tones based upon a rhythm a child could play on the piano with one finger.
--Frank Lloyd Wright
What is the greatest material for architects?
I am particularly fond of concrete, symbol of the construction progress of a whole century, submissive and as strong as an elephant, monumental like stone, humble like brick, with a protean ability to take on the tones and textures of any material that forms the mold.