• designmatters

    Arts & Culture


    There's a lot of us out there dabbling with design as a currency for our future[s], indeed some of the us starting out as architects contemplate on designing mere objects as stools and spoons and find greater satsifaction tha if we were designing dull offices for dull people. This is possibly the direction we will all embrace finally, to differentiate our expertise against say town planners or construction managers, for whom many architects prefer to offer themselves as, not denying some level of design flair goes into either one or both of these disciplines.

    Design is so broad its not even worth defining. It is fundamentally a philosophy, to engage in the beautiful and the ephemereal, drawing principally satisfaction and pleasure for life from ordinary things as the bed we lay on and the hat we wear as well as the roads we drive on and the books we read.


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