From the ethereal perspective, it could be asked whether architecture is a kind of a game, could it be a system of thought or, could be the result of the rearrangement of symbols – just as the way language works? Could it also be about life itself? – as, after all without the human ways of living, there is no architecture.
Human culture is also measured by its architecture and because of that, meaningful architecture has to be a reflection of its time. The works of the practice reflects the time, and also the context, as well as the needs of the clients and users. Because of that, the works of the practice change over time.
Unlike something like art, architecture has real physicality – it has scale, matereality, it can harm the environment, it can enhance life or, make it worse and has socio-psychological implications. Every piece of architecture encroaches the environment, having a multiplier effect on our future.
It is also exciting – and we work with the users and clients to make the whole experience worthwhile, as in the end of the day, to be able to engage with the world and interact creatively is a priviledge.