On the Psychology of Space
"People, if they think about architecture at all, usually think in terms of the materials. While that's important, it's not the thing that determines the psychology of the building. It's really the compression and release of space, the lighting of that space—dark to light—and the progression of one space to another. Because one remembers in that sense. Architecture is very much like music—just as you remember the introductory themes of any great symphony; architectural themes are experienced throughout the space from within. And that's what unifies it."
Zinsser, John. "Staying Creative; Artistic Passion Is a Lifelong Pursuit - and These Mature Masters Prove the Point. (Otto Luening, Elizabeth Catlett, Paul Rudolph)." 50 Plus 25 (December 1985): 49-55.