My interest in bridging traditional architectural logic and progressive strategies of creating contemporary spaces for human habitation through algorithmic means has led me to question the relationship of an individual with a pen and paper comparatively to an individual with a machine. I consider our reliance on assisted thinking in architectural design to be detrimental in that we lose the vitality behind the design, as artificial, machined creativity threaten the impression that pen and paper are no more than a pixel on a digital display.​​​​​​​