Sunday, April 5, 2009

Blending the Practical with the Beautiful

"The divorcement of things practical from things beautiful, and the relegation of either to specialized groups or institutions, has always been lethal to social progress, and now threatens the land base on which social structure rests . . . tomorrow we shall find out that no land unnecessarily mutilated is useful. The true [challenge] of all . . . land uses is to achieve both utility and beauty and thus permanence."

Photo courtesy of house of gary

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