I lived in a state of rage from 12 to 20. Until college, I was beyond an outsider. I was a voyeur of life.
We're producing spaces that accommodate human activity. And what I'm interested in is not the styling of that, but the relationship of that as it enhances that activity. And that directly connects to ideas of city-making.
I've grown up a little bit. I understand the importance of the negotiation. It is a collective act.
Descriptions of my work depress me. They make me feel pinned down. Thom M
The aesthetic of architecture has to be rooted in a broader idea about human activities like walking, relaxing and communicating. Architecture thinks about how these activities can be given added value.