Even when the inventory is large, it remains limited. The bricoleur uses what is at hand because that is all that he has. His materials bear no relation to his task because they are themselves the result of previous constructions. Levi-Strauss refers to these materials as ‘preconstrained’.

Irene Scalbert: The architect as bricoleur (2011)

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