' A decorative designer on a mission to reinstall the charm and aesthetic of history, nature, and culture in a world obsessed with renewal, speed, and functionality. '
I rebel. I rebel against the expectations of design. I seek not to solve problems or upgrade the current. I like to observe the past and compare it with the present contrary. Instead of asking how things have improved, I look for what they lost.
This view towards design is not pessimistic but rather a strong urge to revive an image of things that are considered unnecessary. Past products often carry a charm that I feel has been lost today. I intend to return to these humanitarian proceedings in an aesthetically pleasing way and interpret them through decorative design. When mainly focusing on the aesthetic, the product automatically loses a big part of its functionality and allows its storytelling and adoration to shine through.
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