The dichotomy of nature and human intervention - One should think about this funny thing of architecture being considered artificial and that the constructs of human beings are really no more natural than bees nests and birds nests. They are an extension of ourselves and that man is as much an extension to nature as a tree. Though he walks freely on two legs and is not rooted in the soil, he is by no means a self-sufficient, self-moving, and self-directing entity. I wonder if the birds think our constructs are as beautiful as I do theirs?