The architectural theorist Dr. Hélène Frichot believes in the idea of a living building with fluid boundaries: walls that change with the life inside them. Weather and people and time should affect buildings for the better. Space stretches to accommodate life.
No one can work in a vacuum. Influences are very important, but just as important is how one uses them, and for that one needs time. A person can take only that part which must feed him and which is valuable for his work, which strengthens its growth.