WHITEWALL: What were some of your earliest interactions with architecture of importance?
KULAPAT YANTRASAST: I remember very well when I was taken, or dragged, through Europe with my then-young parents, who didn’t have lots of money but wanted to expose me and my sister to the world. I remember clearly the first visit to the Pantheon in Rome—the centrality, the light, and the sound. That was so strong in my mind. Also, visiting Paris for the first time, walking and walking and seeing the city, not just the churches and museums, but city blocks, cafés, and pedestrian life was so strong to me.
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