Thursday, 5 November 2009


Our judgment is always based on our life experience: the books we read, the music we listen, the friends and families we have, the job we do and the tv programs we watch.

Therefore, what is interesting to us may not be so to others, as each of us looks at things from different perspectives.

An architect, when appreciating a house, will not just look at it from the front side. He will see it from the inside, from the corner, from the back, from the top or even from the bottom.

He will touch the walls and the floor, feel the light and space within the architecture, and most importantly, he needs to be comfortable being in touch with it.

This, to me, is the most crucial part.

When you go through my works, whether you personally like them or not, it doesn’t matter.

I hope you find a little joy going through them.

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