For something to be beautiful it doesn’t have to be pretty.
Rei Kawakubo (via stxxz)
urban tings + city tangs: What if less isn't more?
I have long subscribed to the idea that cities need complexity. Christopher Alexander argues the same about buildings. What if the “less is more” dogma is a simplification of a real truth? Maybe it should say “less [in one part] is more [complexity on the whole]”.
I have seen a trend in…
why are we always waiting for something? Waiting for exams to be over, waiting for summer, waiting for Friday. And when what you’re waiting for finally comes, we don’t even appreciate what we have been waiting for, instead we just wait for something else.