The main goal of my Architecture degree seemed to be acquiring the skill of being able to justify every part of my design. Every choice had to have a rational explanation, substantiated by analysis, research, and calculation.  And that’s the point, of course; being prepared to work in a hard world where people will ask a lot of questions. And you’ll have to answer all of them... which seems tiring.

That’s why I’ve always been fascinated by impossible objects. Designs so simple yet so intangible. You can try and hard as you can to figure it out but you’ll never succeed. You’ll just have to accept that in some cases, there is no explanation.