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My Philosophy


Then, the city is a heritage of the past which transforms in the present and for the future according to the use and perception of the new citizen by using  simple or complex, ancient or modern, repetitive or unpublished languages.

I believe in the links of the built with the context, in the intrinsic relationships of what is written in the urban net.

I believe in the genius loci, the 'protective spirit of the place'.

I believe that, we architects, and architecture, should not be indifferent to the dialog with the built but also should be open and flexible to establishing a new dialog of the new with the built. At the end, all is built in the built.

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