/In some universities in Italy, design and architecture are mixed together: one could study architecture and then become a fashion designer, interior designer, or, sometimes, an architect. It's a sort of a universal-donor faculty. Anyway, I believe that it's important that you don’t immediately define yourself as an architect, a designer, or an artist, whatever; you should try different avenues, test different waters. Ambivalence, ambiguity, and these in-between states are so conducive. It’s not for everybody; some people need a more defined path.