“The survival of man in more than physical matter, is guaranteed only by the grace of genius, by the chance appearance of a creative energy, transcending the achievements of the group. The measure of this genius is given by its singularity that lacks patterns adaptable to generalization. Schoenberg in music, Joyce in literature, Mondrian in painting, and Le Corbusier in architecture stand alone in this century”.
Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Magnificent Folly. The Architect as Novelist. College Art Journal, Vol. 16, No 3, 1957, pp.187-191.