So, when I was 6 years old, I went to the first class of an ordinary comprehensive school and one autumn day my dad took me on an excursion to the Union of Architects. The large room had several drawing boards and drawing boards, and around the perimeter were cupboards with glass shelves. So there, at the top of these cabinets, there were snow-white paper models, one of which was even presented to me! Time passed and over the years I began to forget this moment. But in the second year of the institute, the sensations were repeated when, from a small pantry at the Department of the Fundamentals of Architecture, they brought models of work by undergraduates to the audience. At that time, it was in many ways stunning, because. you are just at the beginning of the journey, in fact, you still don't know how, and here you are shown practically unattainable masterpieces of modern architecture. An additional and decisive factor in my professional path was precisely the same teacher of our group - Yury Grigorievich Syushchuk. He, unfortunately, is no longer with us, but I am sure that besides me, hundreds of students with whom he worked are grateful to him.