“A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines.” ― Frank Lloyd Wright
Rotterdam was one of the cities severely damaged during World War II. On May 14, 1940 a bombing blitz destroyed almost the entire city core, and along with it, much of Rotterdam’s historical architecture.
With so much destroyed, it seemed the city became a blank slate for architects. Rather than try to rebuild what was lost, Rotterdam chose to move to the next age. The city is burgeoning with modern, edgy architectural designs. Some, like the cube houses are weird and fun, although I can’t imagine living in one. Some are just weird … Continue reading “Frank Lloyd’s Right”