'In a sense, every life that is recounted is offered as an example. We write in order to attack or defend a view of the universe and set forth a system of conduct which is our own.' writes author Marguerite Yourcenar in 'Memoirs of Haridan'. The approach is equally valid to architecture - we design from a very personal point of view.

Every project has to get our closest attention and what it means in dealing with the rest of the world.