toyo: purely in terms of design, I find myself comparing you to a mechanical baseball pitching machine, the kind you see so often on Japanese batting practice ranges, where the ball is controlled perfectly without the emotional or spiritual agitation of a real pitcher. This leaves me with an impression of freshness that I have not often seen among architects in Europem or anywhere else for that matter.
Toyo, Thank you for comparing me to a “mechanical baseball pitching machine”. Only from a Japanese such a compliment would not be an insult.
Maybe there is a certain efficiency in my character, but in Europe it is very dangerous to admit that you dont´t have a soul.