Did You Know?
In the landscape of the automobile, the architecture becomes insignificant, a pimple on the landscape of parking lots. The lesson of Las Vegas is that, in order to be read in that context, architecture cannot be a refined, detailed form to be savored as you walk by it at three miles an hour. It must be symbolic, not pure, if it is to be read at 70 miles an hour.
He was an influential architect considered by many to be the "father of postmodernism".