Beauty is a conduit to joy, an elixir that soothes the troubled mind and body. In a world gone greatly askew, how we live is part and parcel to resolution and illumination: clarity in a fast changing and hypocritical time. This is not to suggest that beauty is the resolve, but perhaps an element of ease: a piece to the larger puzzle.
The democracy of design is a blanket that stretches across social divides, facilitating an opportunity of hope and change, will and forward vision. This can be seen in how our cities are being formed, how architecture is opening up social divides and better exposure to nature. It is also an inherent value of interior and product design, inspiring and uplifting all those who engage.
Beauty and design are the structures of support that inspires a bigger picture for better living, social change and political resolve. They are the tools for digging deeper and building further: foundations to our beacons of hope. What propels this is our deepest desire for change: the betterment of ourselves, government and the world we share. This desire is our genetic mindset to survive, but too our innate draw to beauty, wonder and the emotions it brings. It is here that the culmination of the creative mind and emotion expand, giving rise to inspiration, igniting possibilities: fueling momentum and affecting the future to be.