[…] If the work of WHY can be easily summed up (it really can’t), it is by a sleek, modern aesthetic with clean lines conjuring a cool and inviting, but unobtrusive aura. “When you think about architecture that people use every day, rooms and staircases and courtyards, all of these things have a spiritual quality that allows people to reflect deeper into their own psyche. That’s the power of architecture that I would like to deploy,” explains Kulapat Yantrasast.
“People consume architecture as eye candy through social media. There’s very little engagement. People are losing the ability to discern between good architecture and bad architecture. It’s a problem of our time” […]