For some people [architecture] can be a profession. It’s not ordinary for that to be the case. I think it’s ordinary for you to think about it and to look at things in different ways, and when you’re anywhere to be thinking “oh, a building here could be really good,” or maybe “no building here could be really good.” You’re constantly forming opinions on things even without realizing it. Anyone who designs something has a constant will to design, and will continue to design when they’re asleep, awake, with friends, with partners. It doesn’t really stop....
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