I believe in clear distinction between man-made and natural in design. I find clean geometrical forms the most appropriate to make such a distinction. It is not because simple forms are simple to construct - usually they aren't. It is because of their visual ability to embrace the natural. Like a framed painting, nature gains certain beauty when admired through a well-proportioned window. This allegorical frame has also another dimension - us. Within such frame we are embraced as well. Embraced by clean forms, we also gain certain beauty. And so do our belongings, even if scattered around. A slight disorder becomes an organic order. Also, such a distinction draws a line between what is harnessed and what is beyond our control. This distinction comforts our atavistic fears, gives sense of belonging and security.

It defines our space.
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