Nick Vjornick is a Brussels sprout in the literal sense of the term. The twenty two year old budding architect is touring this country and Canada with an open mind and open eyes on structures large and small. “A unit doesn’t have to be large in size for it to fulfill its purpose,” he explains, “it just has to combine beauty and function. People in America, I have observed, are more interested in the size of the structure than anything else. That goes for everything, including hamburgers, cars, and what have you. But when you buy a pair of shoes, you’re interested in the right fit, aren’t you? It should be like this for everything.” Good advice, Nick, and, as we say in this country: If the shoe fits . . .