The Invisible Craftsman Builder: An Inconvenient Truth / Richard Olsen

Hi Lloyd,

Happy new year. I hope it’s off to a great start for you and yours.

   I wanted to share something I wrote recently, something I suspect you’ll find entertaining at the least. It’s part of an important [yet unpopular] discussion that you helped bring to the fore long ago.

   Considering the scene here in LA, which has a newspaper whose arts section refuses to acknowledge anything other than Midcentury Modern, I guess I should expect some sort of blacklisting. Maybe my house will be egged? 🙂 I’d have to be naive to think that they’d be paying attention anyway…

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All good things your way,

richard (Olsen)

One Response to The Invisible Craftsman Builder: An Inconvenient Truth / Richard Olsen

  1. That was a good read.
    Over here in the UK a house is a commodity to be traded, an investment. No longer just a home. As such most housing stock is bland and soulless, poorly manufactured on a mass production model.
    I can't stand it to me they are like hutches for a blind working population.
    I like the "slow building" tag. Goes well with the slow food movement and ideals.
    Thanks
    Rich

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