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Robert A.M. Stern: Old-Fashioned yet Unfazed

Robert A.M. Stern: Old-Fashioned yet Unfazed
Robert A.M. Stern: Old-Fashioned yet Unfazed, Robert A.M Stern. Image
Robert A.M Stern. Image

In the mutable world of architecture it's easy to get distracted by the trendy new thing, be it the tallest tower or the "blobbiest" form. Robert A. M. Stern (Dean of the Yale School of Architecture and a practicing architect in his own right), on the other hand, remains purposefully old-fashioned (to the point of becoming obsolete). In an exquisitely written article for the New York Magazine, Justin Davidson reports that, despite the mockery of his colleagues, Stern seems unfazed. If his architecture has the power to inspire, he says, then he's done his job. Read the full must-see article here.

Robert A.M. Stern: Old-Fashioned yet Unfazed, Robert A.M Stern. Image
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Katherine Allen
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Cite: Katherine Allen. "Robert A.M. Stern: Old-Fashioned yet Unfazed" 17 Nov 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/447823/robert-a-m-stern-old-fashioned-yet-unfazed/> ISSN 0719-8884