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Principles such as the necessity of rules, files, monocratic hierarchy, division of labor, continuous organization, salaries, professional staff, and so on, as described by Weber, seem obvious and commonplace to us now, but only because of his pioneering observations when the generic characteristics of emerging bureaucracies were not obvious.
Composing each house 'as a symphony, with variations on a few themes', Schindler rejected the monocratic Golden Section favoured by Le Corbusier for commensurate ratios, preferred from Vitruvius to Palladio.