Art: Architects Scolded

Fees that U. S. builders pay their architects each year total not less than $80,000,000. Of that sum architects by unorderly conduct of their business waste perhaps $8,000,000. If queried on the wastage, an architect would doubtless explain that he is too concerned for the needs of his client to be careful of his own expenditures.

Last week a leading architect, Edwin Bergstrom of Los Angeles, not only scolded his fellows for their wastefulness of income but scoffed at highfaluting notions. Said he: "Architecture is not a true profession in the sense that the other...

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