The setting sun reflects in the soft and shiny black metal while a huge gust of wind makes the rusty padlocks jingle against the fence. It is the fourteenth of February as the night falls. Bart de Beule, a man with light gray hair down to his shoulders and a purple velvet jacket, addresses the audience and thanks them for their presence. One detail is remarkable: his shirt is designed by fashion designer Guy-David. Its cuff links are folded a few millimeters, so they will not interfere with him while he sketches. As it happens, the man who is working on this project is an interior designer and architecture is also stimulated by fashion. It’s like hunger and thirst, you need them both. The wind began to blow harder and the different padlocks with different levels of rust are jingling against the fence and making different sounds. Everything is music. Everything is architecture.