Art: Architects as Tailors

Herbert George Wells, who has ideas on almost every conceivable subject, expressed himself on the future of architecture last week. After walking with the officials of the Royal Institute of British Architects around an exhibition hall full of paper projects and little plaster models. he addressed the R. I. B. A.'s at dinner:

"I don't believe that private buying is going to employ the masses of the people again. . . . The obvious thing is to consider the immense architectural possibilities. We must accept the responsibility of rehousing all mankind, rebuilding...

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