Hommage to Lebeus Woods by Wolf D. Prix

 A great hommage from Wolf D. Prix to his late friend Lebbeus Woods.

"Lebbeus was the living proof of Derrida’s theory that often a small sketch can have more influence on the world than a large building.

And as such we will think of him as a grand architect without built work, but his designs – hey!: they are designs and not drawings! – his conceived buildings and forms had massive impact, which conquered the drawing boards of innumerable students and architects and which put the question about the contents of a future architecture into the foreground. (I notice that I wrote DRAWING board.)..."

via ArchDaily