« I always have a great deal of respect for the extraordinary expertise of our great French architects, who, as it was natural to do so, knew how to design everything – a house, its interior decoration, furniture and materials – and provided painters with sketches for the ceilings . . .
Since 1968, the schools that teach architecture and interior design have considerably widened the gap, separating the two professions which are really only one. »

François-Joseph GRAF, Paris 22 January 2014