« The pencil in the architect’s hand is a bridge between the imagining mind and the image that appears on the sheet of paper; in the ecstasy of work, 
the draughtsman forgets both his hand and the pencil, and the image emerges as if it were and automatic projection 
of the imagining mind. » (Juhani Pallasmaa, 2010. The Thinking Hand: 
Existential and embodied wisdom in architecture. p.17 ) " I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and leaves 
less room for lies ”. Le Corbusier, 
while speaking to Columbia University
 May 05, 1961. Article in Time Magazine
FOUR Hands 
Drawings 2011 / 2012, 
8 0 x 1 8 0 cm 
with Théo de Gueltzl