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Nihara Architect quotes by Tom Kundig
#1. People who build their own home tend to be very courageous. These people are curious about life. They're thinking about what it means to live in a house, rather than just buying a commodity and making it work. #Quote by Tom Kundig
Nihara Architect quotes by Ross Macdonald
#2. I found when I followed the driveway around to the back that behind its imposing front it was just another tract house, as if the architect had tried to combine a southern plantation mansion with the slave quarters. #Quote by Ross Macdonald
Nihara Architect quotes by David Chipperfield
#3. I think that the point of being an architect is to help raise the experience of everyday living, even a little. Putting a window where people would really like one. Making sure a shaving mirror in a hotel bathroom is at the right angle. Making bureaucratic buildings that are somehow cheerful. #Quote by David Chipperfield
Nihara Architect quotes by Robin Sacredfire
#4. The law of manifestation operates like a triangle: First, know what you want and visualize it as if you already had it; Second, see it behind the illusion of reality, practice it in your decisions, choose the people you hang out with, etc; Third, believe, have faith and work on your emotions to be at the right frequency. This triangle of manifestation is one of the secrets of many religions: Christianity, Scientology, and Freemasonry. In Masonry is seen as "heart, mind and desire"; in Scientology is perceived as "reality, communication and affinity"; in Christianity is understood as "Father, son and holy ghost"; basically, "actions, learnings and emotions". In Christianity, the Father equals reality or the Creator of the illusion, the son is the way, the path, he road of our decisions and actions, and the holy ghost is our heart, instincts and desires manifested in that same path. In word words, through Jesus, and with the power of the holy ghost, you reach God. This is an allegory that not many Christians can understand. Jesus represent behavior - right and wrong, the holy ghost is our faith, your heart and emotions reflecting back at you what you attract, it's the energy that connects you to your dreams, and God represents the Architect of Reality. So, through moral behavior and positive emotions, your understand God and life, and then you receive "paradise". This paradise is whatever you dream for yourself. Furthermore, if someone has shown you this way, he has been as an #Quote by Robin Sacredfire
Nihara Architect quotes by Frank Lloyd Wright
#5. Architecture is life, or at least it is life itself taking form and therefore it is the truest record of life as it was lived in the world yesterday, as it is lived today or ever will be lived. #Quote by Frank Lloyd Wright
Nihara Architect quotes by Appius Claudius Caecus
#6. Faber est suae quisque fortunae. Each man is the architect of his own fate. #Quote by Appius Claudius Caecus
Nihara Architect quotes by Samuel Johnson
#7. The authour who imitates his predecessors only by furnishing himself with thoughts and elegances out of the same general magazine of literature, can with little more propriety be reproached as a plagiary, than the architect can be censured as a mean copier of Angelo or Wren, because he digs his marble out of the same quarry, squares his stones by the same art, and unites them in columns of the same orders. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Nihara Architect quotes by Tom McDonough
#8. The architect, like other workers in our endeavor, is facing the inevitability of a change of profession: he [sic] will no longer be a builder of forms alone, but a builder of complete ambiances. #Quote by Tom McDonough
Nihara Architect quotes by Douglas Adams
#9. I'm a writer and I'm feeling like death, as you would too if you'd just flown into Grand Rapids, Michigan at some ungodly hour of the morning only to discover that you can't get into your hotel room for another three hours. In fact it's enough just to have flown into Grand Rapids, Michigan. If you are a native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, then please assume that I am just kidding. Anyone else will surely realise that I am not.

Having nowhere else to go, I am standing up, leaning against a mantelpiece. Well, a kind of mantelpiece. I don't know what it is, in fact. It's made of brass and some kind of plastic and was probably drawn in by the architect after a nasty night on the town. That reminds me of another favourite piece of information: there is a large kink in the trans-Siberian railway because when the Czar (I don't know which Czar it was because I am not in my study at home I'm leaning against something shamefully ugly in Michigan and there are no books) decreed that the trans-Siberian railway should be built, he drew a line on a map with a ruler. The ruler had a nick in it. #Quote by Douglas Adams
Nihara Architect quotes by Louise Berliawsky Nevelson
#10. Character is the architect of the being. #Quote by Louise Berliawsky Nevelson
Nihara Architect quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#11. He could seek no object in life now, because now he had faith - not faith in any sort of principles, or words, or ideas, but faith in a living, ever-palpable God. In old days he had sought Him in the aims he set before himself. That search for an object in life had been only a seeking after God; and all at once in his captivity he had come to know, not through words or arguments, but by his own immediate feeling, what his old nurse had told him long before; that God is here, and everywhere. In his captivity he had come to see that the God in Karataev was grander, more infinite, and more unfathomable than the Architect of the Universe recognised by the masons. He felt like a man who finds what he has sought at his feet, when he has been straining his eyes to seek it in the distance. All his life he had been looking far away over the heads of all around him, while he need not have strained his eyes, but had only to look in front of him.

In old days he had been unable to see the great, the unfathomable, and the infinite in anything. He had only felt that it must be somewhere, and had been seeking it. In everything near and comprehensible, he had seen only what was limited, petty, everyday, and meaningless. He had armed himself with the telescope of intellect, and gazed far away into the distance, where that petty, everyday world, hidden in the mists of distance, had seemed to him great and infinite, simply because it was not clearly seen. Such had been European life, #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
Nihara Architect quotes by Gina Wings
#12. It was an instant-fix afternoon quickie, and the Architect was a master of the kind. After I locked my front door after him, still radiant from recent orgasmic thrill, I had it all figured out: love yourself. Take care of yourself. Nurture yourself. Have your needs met; and everything will fit in its space. Eventually, if not earlier.
Yet, there was one thing I was unable to grasp:
How come men can do the nasty with their shoes on (how do they take their pants off?), yet they never fail to take off their handwatches? #Quote by Gina Wings
Nihara Architect quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#13. All are architects of Fate, Working in these walls of Time; Some with massive deeds and great, Some with ornaments of rhyme. #Quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Nihara Architect quotes by Peter Zumthor
#14. I'm a passionate architect ... I do not work for money #Quote by Peter Zumthor
Nihara Architect quotes by Tom Wolfe
#15. They became desperate for an antidote, such as coziness & color. They tried to bury the obligatory white sofas under Thai-silk throw pillows of every rebellious, iridescent shade of Magenta, pink, and tropical green imaginable. But the architect returned, as he always does, like the conscience of a Calvinist, and he lectured them and hectored them and chucked the shimmering little sweet things out. #Quote by Tom Wolfe
Nihara Architect quotes by Kate Canterbary
#16. If I had known I'd have a hot architect balls deep inside of me before the end of the weekend, I'd have made time for a pedicure. #Quote by Kate Canterbary
Nihara Architect quotes by Héctor Abad Faciolince
#17. So to avoid the twin dangers of nostalgia and despairing bitterness, I'll just say that in Cartagena we'd spend a whole month of happiness, and sometimes even a month and a half, or even longer, going out in Uncle Rafa's motorboat, La Fiorella, to Bocachica to collect seashells and eat fried fish with plantain chips and cassava, and to the Rosary Islands, where I tried lobster, or to the beach at Bocagrande, or walking to the pool at the Caribe Hotel, until we were mildly burned on our shoulders, which after a few days started peeling and turned freckly forever, or playing football with my cousins, in the little park opposite Bocagrande Church, or tennis in the Cartagena Club or ping-pong in their house, or going for bike rides, or swimming under the little nameless waterfalls along the coast, or making the most of the rain and the drowsiness of siesta time to read the complete works of Agatha Christie or the fascinating novels of Ayn Rand (I remember confusing the antics of the architect protagonist of The Fountainhead with those of my uncle Rafael), or Pearl S. Buck's interminable sagas, in cool hammocks strung up in the shade on the terrace of the house, with a view of the sea, drinking Kola Roman, eating Chinese empanadas on Sundays, coconut rice with red snapper on Mondays, Syrian-Lebanese kibbeh on Wednesdays, sirloin steak on Fridays and, my favourite, egg arepas on Saturday mornings, piping hot and brought fresh from a nearby village, Luruaco, where they had the best #Quote by Héctor Abad Faciolince
Nihara Architect quotes by DJ Quik
#18. I still want to be an architect and score films and do other things. I always said as long as I've still got teeth and hair and I look cool when I look in the mirror, then I'll do it. #Quote by DJ Quik
Nihara Architect quotes by Maria Shriver
#19. If you want to be an architect of change by raising great kids, God bless. If you want to do it by raising money for your kid's school, great. If you want to build a garden - whatever it is. Women like myself - they're complicated, and they have a lot of different interests and qualities within them. #Quote by Maria Shriver
Nihara Architect quotes by Mindy Kaling
#20. My dad is a very snappy dresser; he gets all his stuff tailored. He's an architect, so he's a little more artistically minded. #Quote by Mindy Kaling
Nihara Architect quotes by Elizabeth Payson Prentiss
#21. A plan of life?
... Yet you would smile at an architect who, having a noble structure to build, should begin to work on it in a haphazard way, putting in a brick here and a stone there, weaving in straws and sticks if they come to hand, and when asked on what work he was engaged and what manner of building he intended to erect, should reply he had no plan but thought something would come of it. #Quote by Elizabeth Payson Prentiss
Nihara Architect quotes by Mirabel Osler
#22. There is no "End" to be written, neither can you, like an architect, engrave in stone the day the garden was finished. A painter can frame his picture, a composer can notate his coda, but a garden is always on the move. #Quote by Mirabel Osler
Nihara Architect quotes by Ove Arup
#23. When engineers and quantity surveyors discuss aesthetics and architects study what cranes do we are on the right road. #Quote by Ove Arup
Nihara Architect quotes by Tom DeLay
#24. The architects of this wickedness will find no safe harbor in this world. We will chase our enemies to the furthest corners of this Earth. It must be war without quarter, pursuit without rest, victory without qualification #Quote by Tom DeLay
Nihara Architect quotes by Harry Mulisch
#25. In his Dialogue "Timaeus" Plato had a demiurge to create the globe-shaped world according to musical laws, including the human soul. Fifteen hundred years later, that still found an echo in the Renaissance. And in those days the architects realized that the musical harmonies had spatial expressions
namely, the relationships of the length of strings, and spatial relationships were precisely their only concerns. Because both the world and the body and soul were composed according to musical harmonies by the demiurge architect, both the macrocosm and the microcosm, they must therefore be guided in their own architectural designs by the laws of music. #Quote by Harry Mulisch
Nihara Architect quotes by Rem Koolhaas
#26. As an architect, I always have mixed feelings. On the one hand, your fingers are itching. As a human being, you are happy to participate in the indolence. #Quote by Rem Koolhaas
Nihara Architect quotes by Kevin Harris
#27. With an architect as your guide, you can
responsibly stop worrying about what spaces
someone else might want in a house and focus only on those things your house should include. #Quote by Kevin Harris
Nihara Architect quotes by Ada Louise Huxtable
#28. called to testify in a court case. Asked to identify himself, he announced that he was the world's greatest architect. When asked how he could make such a statement, he replied, with visible enjoyment and a gleam in his eye, that he had no choice, he was under oath. #Quote by Ada Louise Huxtable
Nihara Architect quotes by Douglas Booth
#29. Ultimately I'll probably end up going out with an actress again. But an architect would be cool. They need to do something creative. I'm attracted to talent. But it would maybe be healthier if it wasn't in the industry. #Quote by Douglas Booth
Nihara Architect quotes by Hugh Hardy
#30. During the Second World War, nobody built any concert halls or theaters. After the war, Lincoln Center was a very brave project because all those architects had never built a theater before. We've learned a lot since then about the nature of materials and the isolation that's required. #Quote by Hugh Hardy
Nihara Architect quotes by Toyo Ito
#31. I am trying to counter the fixity of architectures, their stolidity, with elements that give an ineffable immaterial quality. #Quote by Toyo Ito
Nihara Architect quotes by Johann Gottlieb Fichte
#32. There are two great classes of men: the people and the scholars, the men of science. For the former, nothing exists but that which directly leads to action. It is for the latter to see beyond. They are the free artists who create the future and its history, the conscious architects of the world. #Quote by Johann Gottlieb Fichte
Nihara Architect quotes by Peter Eisenman
#33. The problem with digital architecture is that an algorithm can produce endless variations, so an architect has many choices. #Quote by Peter Eisenman
Nihara Architect quotes by Nikolai Gogol
#34. This was not the old Chichikov. This was some wreckage of the old Chichikov. The inner state of his soul might be compared to a demolished building, which has been demolished so that from it a new one could be built; but the new one has not been started yet, because the infinitive plan has not yet come from the architect and the workers are left in perplexity. #Quote by Nikolai Gogol
Nihara Architect quotes by Kevin Bacon
#35. My dad was an architect, and he wasn't a rich guy, but in our little world in Philadelphia, he was famous. He loved to see his picture in the paper. I wanted to be more famous than him. #Quote by Kevin Bacon
Nihara Architect quotes by Jacob Bembry
#36. The trial seemed to be made for television. It involved an attractive lady wrestler, a wealthy Texas rancher and her architect husband, a bomb, and a murder plot. #Quote by Jacob Bembry
Nihara Architect quotes by Katie McGarry
#37. Someday me and her, we'll come back here. Maybe she'll be an artist. Maybe she won't. Maybe I'll be an architect. Maybe I won't. What I know for sure is that Echo will be by my side, and that our love is forever. #Quote by Katie McGarry

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