1784. Group 1 Building, SMTI / University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA
"An architect is a man concerned with building meaningfully.
As opposed to someone who is interested in building efficiently,
or sometimes even beautifully, or as opposed to the whole
engineering aspects of building, as opposed to adorning buildings,
as opposed to all the ramifications that consultants get into.
We often apologize for being interested in meaningful buildings,
and tend to talk the language of the master builder, or the engineer,
or the efficiency expert, or 25 other experts. But we do our
profession an injustice in that way." (Paul Rudolph)