[There are] unseen objects that await us, if we as architects begin to think about designing not the object, but a process to generate objects.
The traditional notion of an architect having a vision of a building and then drawing it either on paper or on a computer and then constructing it isn't really how architecture works and in reality the computer has a lot of influence on design.
If we had no bias, if we had no preconceptions, what kind of forms could we design?
I'm interested in designing not the object but the process that leads to the object.
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