On the sublime
|Published in:||arq: Architectural Research Quarterly, September 2001, n. 3, v. 5|
Engineer-designed structures often attract the admiration of architects. The work of Freyssinet and Maillart and, more recently, Rice and Calatrava has been admired in this way. Few of these engineers have written about their work – but Freyssinet did, with great eloquence. Here, Andrew Saint introduces his translation of a particularly revealing essay by the great French engineer.
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