I think that the training of architects allows you to see what will happen ten years ahead of time, or twenty. It's not guessing, it's not intuitive, it's based on research - and we may be wrong.
Architecture is unnecessarily difficult. It's very tough.
What's nice about concrete is that it looks unfinished.
I find industrial cities exciting. I like their toughness.
My buildings are not particularly expensive. It is not a tin shed. If you want a tinny car, you pay for that.
I can't focus when there's too many things around. Whenever I used to go to the office, I used to always say, 'Tidy up.'