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Twenty things about Salwa & Selma Mikou
Zanoah Bia, November 23, 2015
Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
 
E.D.: What do you hope your current work will bring to people?

Selma Mikou: Dignity.

Salwa Mikou: Hope.
 
E.D.: What invention would best improve your life?

Selma Mikou: Teleporting, which would make it possible for me to always keep the people I love around me.

Salwa Mikou: Something that would enable me to be everywhere at once. The ubiquity.


Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
 
E.D.: Can you describe an evolution in your work from your first projects to the present day?

Selma Mikou: Allowing more room for intuition in my work, to find the strength of real feeling. A leading architect once said to me: “if you build for yourself, intimately, with integrity, then your buildings will be good for other people”.

Salwa Mikou: Above all, evolution is personal. It consists in developing oneself, maturing one’s desires and one’s ideas.


Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
Mikou Studio_Institute of Islam Cultures, Paris
 
E.D.: What couldn't you live without?

Selma Mikou: Other people.

Salwa Mikou: Selma Mikou.


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