The expression of architecture has slowly been evolving, or regressing in actuality, to a more cohesive and conventional practice. The Ideas of symbolic production, whose primary task is to construct concepts and subject positions rather than making the plausible, is slowly dying. As part of a newer generation we are forgetting that architecture is fundamentally a question of the: what is, what might be, and how it can be, it’s ultimately a blank projection open to the imagination. Architecture is limited and crippled by the build properties of a building, in this aspect architectural research is failing. The need to exalt the capacity of the imagination to create new images is crucial to break away from the convention of what architecture has become.