Quotations by Ada Louise Huxtable
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Born: Monday, March 14, 1921
A disaster where marble has been substituted for imagination.
(Keywords: Imagination, Disaster)
An excellent job with a dubious undertaking, which is like saying it would be great if it wasn't awful.
(Keywords: Job, Saying)
Nothing was more up-to-date when it was built, or is more obsolete today, than the railroad station.
(Keywords: Nothing, Today)
Summer is the time when one sheds one's tensions with one's clothes, and the right kind of day is jeweled balm for the battered spirit. A few of those days and you can become drunk with the belief that all's right with the world.
(Keywords: Time, Belief, Clothes, Day, Right, Spirit, Summer, World)
The age of Lincoln and Jefferson memorials is over. It will be presidential libraries from now on.
(Keywords: Age, Libraries, Now, Will)
Washington is an endless series of mock palaces clearly built for clerks.