Samitaur In the News

March 2001

Eric in Wonderland – Architecture

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Back in 1988, when Fred Smith walked into Eric Owen Moss’ Culver City, California office to collect the rent, neither could have foreseen that the meeting that ensued, which led to the dialogue about T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, would jump-start Moss’ practice and eventually lead to a Los Angeles version of SoHo. But Smith was a developer with a germ of an idea – architectural complexity – and Moss, a free radical still in search of his voice, was open to discussion.

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