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What is most satisfying

“On the other hand, you asked me what is most satisfying, for me personally, of my work. I have to confess, I go back to some of the earliest things that I worked on, partially because there are many differences between a guest cottage and what you call a mega-structure. You’re more likely to be in control of your guest cottage than you are the mega-structure for very many reasons. Finally, if you haven’t slipped into too many conceits, then the smaller project is more likely to be more pure in terms of your intentions. One of the problems which your generation will have is that things get to be bigger and bigger.”
Kaplan, Michael. "Interview with Paul Rudolph." University of Tennessee Journal of Architecture 16 (1995): 7-8.

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