In 1956, Constant says the following about technological developments in architecture: … today architecture can have a construction technique of an endless richness, which makes it an art that is completely independent of pictorial and sculptural decoration, without however reverting to sterility of functionalism. She will be able to use technology as an artistic medium, equivalent to sound, color and word in the other arts. She will integrate in her aesthetics the handling of volumes and voids of the sculptor and the spatial colourism of the painter to create a complete art, which is at the same time lyrical in its means and social in nature. It is in poetry that life will be home.
In 1958 he writes:
… The machine is an indispensable model for all of us, even artists, and industry is the only means of meeting the needs, even aesthetic ones, of humanity on a global scale today. These are no longer ‘problems’ for artists, this is a reality they cannot ignore. those who despise the machine and those who glorify it show the same inability to use it. machine work and mass production offer unprecedented possibilities for creation, and those who know how to put these possibilities at the service of a bold imagination will be the creators of tomorrow. The artist’s job is to invent new techniques and make use of light, sound, movement and whatever invention that could influence the atmosphere.
 On our means and perspectives, Internationale Situattionisten #2, 1958