For me architectural drawing is not synonymous with graphic art; I don’t draw lines or fill in surfaces: I try to capture a spatial idea, a reality intended to be expressed in solid form. I try to present three-dimensional relations – spaces, masses, materials and abstract intellectual connections, relations of urban architecture and spatial-spiritual allusions – using the two-dimensional means of drawing. I believe that computers will never replace tracing paper, and while I accept that they exist – as a kind of new drawing tool whose role is to check architectural ideas – I will continue to regard the first line drawn on a piece of paper as the birth of an architectural idea.