"Is the architect simply a victim of circumstances or may he be allowed to cultivate his own free will?"
"The last statement in regarding to architecture as a willful activity is something that we find significant to us [...] in that we're educationally products of the sixties, and of people like Alexander [... ]who dealt with architecture as a responsive system. I think that our interest at this time is in looking at the relationship between the willful and the responsive, or active and passive."
"We have attempted to look for solutions that exploit the particular circumstance -- the circumstance of place, of use, of scale, etc, and the attempt to derive out of this their basic vitality."
"Another aspect is the development of priority in the sense of looking at which aspects from each particular problem are critical to that problem, of finding a solution to the type of vitality we're looking at."
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