Fundamentals are necessary.
Fundamentals are all an architect needs and can afford.
Fundamentals are not cool, they are cold and hard like the floor.
They are a mattress on that floor, a laptop on the mattress and a bottle of brown liquid, easy access to inspiration, cure to insomnia and, if you keep the empty, meter of your career.
Everything else is accessible thanks to the little hands that assembled the screen, virtual friendships, knowledge, entertainment for a monthly fee and home delivered meals.
Fundamental is to be light at heart and belongings, to pack quickly, to go to goodbye parties more than lectures, to write down passwords and to speak another language.
Fundamental is a degree, just as fundamental was the horse, before the invention of the motor.
Fundamental is your battery charger.
Oil and salt, they are fundamental.
To know if you have a colander, that’s fundamental. There are of course other ways to get the pasta out when it’s ready, but you have to be prepared for it or it will turn, inevitably, overcooked.
And fundamental is to know what to expect after graduation, or you’ll also turn a little overcooked.
It is fundamental to keep your metaphors straight.
A goal keeper, that’s fundamental, and the calendar of the world cup.
To pass the first round is absolutely fundamental.