berlin's holocaust memorial
describe your style like a good friend of yours would describe it.
one can never know at the same time what is the condition of society,
its so-called 'zeitgeist', and how architecture should respond to it.
one has always had to go outside of architecture.
I have had to do so in order to address the question of 'what should I do?'
and I would argue that philosophy is one of the most readily available.
let's put it this way, in any time architecture has 2 roles.
it either reflects society, or in a sense is a precursor
- not revolutionary, not radical, in between reflection and radicality -
that is something I would call a precursor.
thinking about something that might disturb something in the present.
I think that my work is more like disturbance, rather than change, a radical change.
its certainly not reflection.
I would say disturbance, precursor, premonition.