“Most architects have abandoned – out of cowardice or for money – the world of things built in harmony with nature, giving way to the birth of ugly towns and horrible suburbs. It’s up to the landscape architect to find a way of remedying this.But it requires a landscape architect capable of reflection prior to action. […]

To avoid the world being submerged by ugliness and destruction and to assert the taste for the beautiful, the future needs architects who are courageous upholders of the “archè” and who, armed with all aspects of the “technè”, operate as authentic masters inspired by the teachings of St. Francesco di Assisi.”