1) What do you believe that people want from buildings? Impossible to generalise
2) What do think the relationship between architecture and quality of life is? Depending on the definition of Architecture the relationship is either nonexistent, irrelevant, weakly corelated or strong.
3) How do you define ‘user-needs’? The minimum set of conditional of intersections between the user and the platform to enable the sufficient exchange of information required for the intended functioning of the system
4) What do you think makes a building ‘user-friendly’? The optimal provision of user needs
What strikes the imagination most about the theories of Isaac Newton is not the subjugation of all things and people to the immutable effects of their own weight, but rather the delicate balance of forces that allows celestial bodies to float in space.
Within the composition and arrangement of material things there exists a possibility for lightness that exceeds the mass of problems and the gravity of their solutions.
Design is the name of this possibility; the revelation of antimatter both within and in spite of the matters that produce it.