architect, architectural historian, author, architectural critic, London, England
I think there's a place, a permanent place for architectural metaphors. l think it is a very powerful area of expression. For instance, a man named Eugene Tsui designs buildings that look like jellyfish crossed with a spiky backboned shark, and he produces these houses for communal living in, of all places, Brentwood. Which if you know, in Bel Air or, as you know, next to Beverly Hills; so right in the center of "Dallas" living is this futurist jellyfish. It's just an amazing thing!
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