Not even all of the most beautiful shapes in the world cannot deter me from thinking beyond them.

Architecture and design are not the expression of a shape but rather obviously, the conjugation and convergence of a system based in both material and immaterial information.

Organic and dynamic, typological and morphological, epistemological and ontological, this system is based on observable knowledge and perceptions about s progress built from positional decisions.

Thinking of them (decisions) exclusively as shapes, and their inherited material representation, is to deny the layers that support the rational belief in both science and art, ethnology and social culture but most importantly is to deny the politics of a practice that should also go beyond elemental ethics.

We are shaped by shapes only if we deny autonomy and the inherent responsibilities of our field of practices.