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Living room Vanna Venturi House: University of Pennsylvania planning, renovation and signage Robert Venturi: I am not a postmodernist Vladimir Paperny: The first question is about the nature of your collaboration.
Yes, I do the typing, and he does everything else. Are there two architects or just one in two bodies? Creativity in this office comes from two minds and then from a lot of other minds as well.
Architecture is a big social structure. There is a difference between what we do and the rest of the firm — in degree. But there are times when one of us is much more involved in a project than the other, and even that may very over the life of a project.
In general, Denise is more into urban design and city planning, and possibly I am a little more into architecture. But we still collaborate and critique each other.
We like the idea that creativity derives from critiquing — something that was emphasized by T. But as far as the everyday running of the office — now more and more you have to be a businessman, a bureaucrat, sadly, you have to spend more time dealing with all those agencies than on design — we are equal.
On the other hand, when I look at that chair — I worked with him on those profiles. But he spent months on it and I spent weeks. Or maybe he spent years and I spent months. Parts of it she wrote and I critiqued, parts I wrote and she critiqued.
The first part is me, the second part is her. But the ideas are shared. What about balancing business and personal life? What architect has a personal life? Literary, we work seven days a week.
We work a half-day on Christmas. Once in a while we travel. When we were parents we felt very guilty for not spending enough time with our child. Even last night we went to an art exhibition at a museum but actually it was a museum that we ended up designing an addition to, so in a way that was work too.
And our child is just the same — he works all the time. How old is your child? He is now Vladimir Paperny. An Interview with Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi. Reprinted from Architectural Digest Russia magazine. Dissertations and Theses From Start to Finish: Psychology and Related Fields, Second Edition aids student writers through all the practical, logistical, and emotional stages of writing dissertations and theses.
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