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"We had [the Ambassador East Hotel] all designed as a cube--not a cube, but an oblong. It was the same height all the way up. We built it on a guarantee for Ernest Byfield. We formed an outfit with BW Construction Company and a real estate outfit and ourselves as architects, and we guaranteed to build a three-hundred-room hotel for Byfield. Just at the time we were about ready to build--we were finishing the drawings--we discovered that the building code, the zoning code, had been changed. They never notified the architects at all. They just came around and slapped notices on you that you couldn't have the height limit on the street that high. But I saved the day...I studied that thing back and foward and found that if you set back one foot from each lot line, you could go up two feet higher. So, if you set back ten feet, you could go up twenty feet as a tower, and that just made three hundred rooms. And Byfield promised me a case of his College Inn canned goods for saving the day. I never got it. I've been waiting for it ever since."

Walter Thaw Stockton
“Painting is an infinitely minute part of my personality.”
Salvador Dali
“No house should ever be on a hill or on anything. It should be of the hill. Belonging to it. Hill and house should live together each the happier for the other.”
Frank Lloyd Wright
(1867 – 1959)
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