To forelive. Not to look but to live. Physiology set out.
-The next three steps -to forelive, to foresee, to forebuild- develop and organise in time all the key proposals in our plan. However, they are not consecutive steps, but rather work as a dynamic relation between the three. In these steps, it is about making choices: how it will be lived, how the whole construction process will be organized, how it will be materialized. Now is when we turn restrictions into possibilities. We make a plan that responds to the particular needs of every commission in a positive, sufficient, concrete, brave and graceful way.
The materialization of the project in our mind is fragmentary, although we must tend to think about all at once. Every decision implies modifications in the diverse aspects that the project must take into account. We keep the decisions that help each facet solve as much needs as possible. We know we’re in a fruitful track when all decisions seem to fit in the overall plan.
Following this plan, we start foreliving places that will accomodate the needs and uses of people, some feelings people might have in them -how the future place will be dwelt-, and which is the kind of human experience we’re purposing. This is when our choices become more important. A big amount of empathy and generosity is needed. We make places for others, not for us.