Will tomorrow's architecture be better than the past's?
Question: Will future architecture be better?
Richard Meier: Oh absolutely. There’s no question. There’s a lot of wonderful architects, as I said, all over the world that do really extraordinary things. I think that architecture is really enjoying a good moment at the present time.
Recorded on: 9/17/07
Without a doubt, the future of architecture is bright according to Richard Meier.
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