God is in the details.
True education is concerned not only with practical goals but also with values. Our aims assure us of our material life, our values make possible our spiritual life.
I don’t want to be interesting. I want to be good.
The individual is losing significance; his destiny is no longer what interests us.
It is better to be good than to be original.
Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space.
Architecture is the real battleground of the spirit.
God dwells in the details.
The long path from material through function to creative work has only one goal: to create order out of the desperate confusion of our time.
[In art], less is more.
We must be as familiar with the functions of our building as with our materials. We must learn what a building can be, what it should be, and also what it must not be.
Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.