"I try to draw sculptures," explains David Moreno. The Spanish artist works with steel, plastic, or wood to design structures that are reminiscent of three-dimensional architectural sketches. David Moreno's sculptures look like doodles. They portray a dreamy, fantasized architecture standing halfway between concept and realization, between 2D model and precious object. This is what, in part, makes them seem so light: they look as if they weren't completely materialized. They still belong to the realm of thoughts. These are architectures which haven't given up yet on the dreams and fancies of the architect.