Cities have been designed to be the perfect habitat for humans. They are the culmination of the wit and control over nature and themselves, the power to be creative, seeking elevation and separated from nature.
Buildings: high, gorgeous, stunning, are just one representation of humans. In them we see the culmination of the power of man.
I redefine images of buildings, taking away their utilitarian use to see them as monuments, sacred objects of the contemporary city, as the temples of ancient cities.
— Edgar Ramirez, Mexico City, Mexico