Before his lecture, Shelly Kappe interviews Bruce Goff about his introduction to architecture as a child in Oklahoma. Goff is later introduced to the SCI-Arc audience, and he presents a lecture on his work. Goff credits Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan for influencing his work and along with his decision not pursue a college education in architecture. He also discusses the important qualities of surprise and mystery in his art, and his struggles as a non-conformist, avant garde architect.
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Shelly Kappe introduces Bruce Goff where he presents a lecture on his work. Goff stresses the qualities of surprise and mystery in his work, and his struggles as a non-conformist, avant garde architect. He discusses his rejection of a conventional education, and his insistence on individuals maintaining their individuality as a benefit for all.