John Dewey (1931)

If we turn to an art that in many ways is at the other pole, architecture, we learn how ideas, wrought out at first perhaps in highly technical thought like that of mathematics, are capable of direct incorporation in sensuous form.

Art as Experience (Chapter II. The Live Creature and Etherial Things) / Dewey, John (1980), Art as Experience, New York, Perigee Books, pp. 29