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He suggested this view to me in personal conversation and also during a seminar at the Department of Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, Winter 1967; see also his “The Westward Moving House”, Landscape II, no. 3, 1953, 8–21, on how three attitudes toward life in the United States produced three different types of house. 13 John Steinbeck, “Fact and Fancy”, San Francisco Examiner, March 30, 1967. 14 See Richard D. Cramer, “Images of Home”, AIA Journal XLVI, no. 3, 1960, 41, 44; also “The Builder’s Architect”, Architectural Forum XCV, no.
The windows would sometimes be wrapped around the building corners as inside emphasis of plasticity and to increase the sense of interior space. I fought for outswinging windows because the casement window associated house with the out-of-doors, gave free openings outward. In other words, the so-called casement was not only simple but more human in use and effect. So more natural. If it had not existed I should have invented it. But it was not used at that time in the United States so I lost many clients because I insisted upon it.
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