IVAN S. CHOW ARCHITECT
Portfolio of Projects
"An architect is said to be a person who
knows very little about a great deal and
keeps knowing less and less about more and more
until he or she knows practically nothing about everything,
whereas on the other hand,
an engineer is a person who
knows a great deal about very little and
who goes along knowing more and more about less and less
until finally he or she knows practically everything about nothing.
A contractor starts out knowing
practically everything about everything,
but ends up knowing nothing about anything,
due to his or her association
with architects and engineers."