Since discovering Yona Friedman and his Ville Spatiale while writing my senior project in college I’ve been inspired his tireless advocacy of flexible human-centric environments. In this interview, filmed in his 96th year, he makes the case again for a new architectural approach centered on continual process and transformability. Many of his best known projects call for both flexible structural (support) and interior infill systems to make buildings easily adaptable to our changing needs. He has inspired generations to think differently about how buildings can transform with us, facilitating the human process of growth and exploration. Let’s carry his ideas forward.