Warren Leopold

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Warren Leopold (15 February 192019 May 1998) was an American architect, painter and craftsman who designed and built coastal homes in Cambria, California and throughout San Luis Obispo County, California and whose work is part of the organic school.

Quotes[edit]

  • Bureaucracy is killing the creativity in this country. All the forms you have to fill out now don't leave any room for imagination.
    • Westlund, Darren (1990). "Warren Leopold". Cambria Treasures. Cambira, CA: Small Town Surrealist Productions. p. 42. ASIN: B000E263NM. Retrieved on 2019-03-17. 
  • Man is endowed with choice, but the world as he has made it is a perfect example of what not to do. Man's basic needs are food, shelter, clothing, and procreation. The stock market, cosmetics, religious games, war games, the myth of teaching, and political games are the lack of these.
    • Westlund, Darren (1990). "Warren Leopold". Cambria Treasures. Cambira, CA: Small Town Surrealist Productions. p. 39. ASIN: B000E263NM. Retrieved on 2019-03-17. 
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