Kanye West has been spending a lot of time with architects as of late. Remember his visit to BBC Radio1 a couple months back?
Well this weekend, the rapper-turned-design-aficionado surrounded himself with more like minds at the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he gave a lecture, alongside the creative director of his DONDA brand, musing on the value of architecture.
"I just wanted to tell you guys: I really do believe that the world can be saved through design, and everything needs to actually be 'architected,'" he said, according to Archinect, who posted the above video of his speech.
In his earlier chat with BBC, Kanye admitted that he mostly "hangs around" architects and is currently working with five trying to make up for lost time living in a poorly designed space.
(Okay, if that's how you see it, Kanye...)
Meanwhile, fiance Kim doted on her hubby-to-be's (and famous college drop out's) return to higher ed:
Check out a clip of Kanye's lecture and his thoughts on interior design in the video above.
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