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Small changes can make big differences.
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Look, don’t touch
When cathedrals and manor houses become museums and billboards, open to “the public” (for a fee), but closed to being an integral part of our individual, personal lives their beauty becomes ugly, garish, and unnecessary. They no longer belong to us. They are just objects to be looked at, not spaces to play and pray … Continue reading Look, don’t touch
On minimalism Vs Utilitarianism
There is a difference between minimalism and utilitarianism. The difference is between removing everything that is unnecessary and stoping before you have removed too much. That one proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back – or the one removed detail that turned elegance into homogenous banality. The distinction between functional form and the function without … Continue reading On minimalism Vs Utilitarianism