about the architect philosophy


One's happiness is directly proportional to one's ability to understand and have some kind of influence over any given situation.

There is no substitute for experience and education.

Knowledge and truth are the highest virtues.


Architecture is the science of capturing one's needs... and the art of setting free one's soul...

The space in which you choose to live and work has a major effect on what you do, how well you do it, and how you perceive life in general.

Good architecture is an extension of the best attributes of your personality and needs.

Good architecture should be both economical and functional.

Great architecture is a form of living sculpture.

The lithograph above, "Drawing Hands" by Maurits Cornelis Escher (M. C. Escher), represents the belief that it is an individual's ability and responsibility to determine their own destiny.

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