This phenomenon, which Hans Hollein already described in 1967 in his text “Everything is Architecture”, can be transferred to the present day. Architects find their place in the most diverse areas of our “world”: whether in political space or in political positions, on the World Wide Web or in the print media, the architect acts on stages that traditionally do not seem to be intended for him. This observation was called “More than architecture”. This wording already raises the question: is there “more” than architecture? Or is everything rather architecture, as Hollein generally claims?