RUDOFSKY Bernard Architecture Without Architects (1964)

Many so-called primitive peoples deplore our habit of moving (with all of our belongings) from one house, or apartment, to another. Moreover, the thought of having to live in rooms that have been inhabited by strangers seems to them as humiliating as buying second hand old clothes for one’s wardrobe. When they move, they prefer to build new houses or to take their old ones along.