FLWright had an individualistic approach to creation, Walter Gropius favored team work. Paul Rudolph was also individualist: "as less people between you and your ideas, it is better". Some examples of great architecture made with mutual efforts of two or more partners are prove that architecture might be also shared art, contrary to the common image of architecture as an individualistic art. I appreciate people who can work with others in all phases of project. I had some tries in mutual work - unfortunately only on four projects. Three were on the level of ideas and one was run till the realization.