In my eyes the drawing and the aim of architecture is to create the spatial interplay of the two kinds of symmetry that also appear together in Hungarian folklore: rotation and axiality. The occasionally conflicting symmetries and the irregularities resulting from the specifics of a given place or function adds real excitement to this interplay.

Drawing our ideas with lines is like a compass ensuring that we do not stray from the determined path during the adventurous manoeuvres of design. Only in this way can the interplay of symmetries and asymmetries take shape in a building.