I think, after 15 years in architecture, it has been infused in my DNA and it can't be taken out. Architecture can be abstract and poetic, but at some point, it always gets rational, structured and precise. You build a 1km long airport an you draw it with a precision to the millimeter. When you defend a project, you have to justify every line. I have tried improvising, drawing and sculpting freely, but with very poor results. I always have to go in a very long iteration process. So, "builder" would probably be a more suiting title than "sculptor", and I like to use the word "structures" instead of “sculptures".