I find his position almost offensive. He was talking about his niche markets of global nomads, people who have the monetary capacity to acquire anything but don’t know what to acquire. They only know they want status objects. I find his view of the universe so problematic, that any place can be everywhere at the same time. The particulars of anything are completely lost in this perfect aesthetic. It borders on fascism.José León Cerillo discussing Tyler Brûlé, Apartamento issue 9, 2012.