Florian Busch is constantly assessing space as related to culture. It's a vital part of his work as an architect in Tokyo.
Take his comparison of the relationship between spirituality and space in his homeland and adopted home:
"In a typical German town, like most European towns dating back hundreds of years, the church is the center," he explains. "It was built to embody the absoluteness of the one infallible God. Everything else takes a subservient role.