Allow me to reveal the motive which drives me to this type of work. It is about the search for expressive elements, predominantly in natural environment, although that is by no means a prerequisite.
By reading its layers, by identifying with it, I find a theme of my own which I then try to manifest.
I use my architectural knowledge, as well as my architectural sense and nature, as a tool, a means of expression.
I want my intervention to grow out of the place itself. The works interpret the existent, natural and/or anthropogenic phenomena, and accentuate its genius loci.
The place addresses me, and I respond to it. The dialogue is my reply to being addressed by the place.