I am a driven, 25-year-old individual with a keen interest in architecture, art, and entrepreneurship, and a profound appreciation for Japanese culture. My background in both construction and art has uniquely positioned me to pursue my passion for architecture while continuing to explore my artistic talents.
I possess an unwavering commitment to the art of creation and enjoy tinkering with various items, be it furniture, sculptures, or buildings, to bring my visions to life. As a highly active and self-motivated individual, I am passionate about personal growth and continually strive to expand my skillset, both professionally and personally.
My peers often describe me as a responsible and creative individual who demonstrates adaptability and attentiveness. I am committed to expanding my life experiences, particularly in the realms of architecture and Japanese culture.
As designers, we have a responsibility to create spaces that not only meet functional needs but also connect people to the environment and inspire a sense of awe and wonder. In this manifesto, we will explore how the Japanese concept of MA and natural materials such as wood can be used to link nature and architectural design.
MA is a concept deeply rooted in Japanese culture and refers to the space between objects, the pause or interval between things. It is the space that connects and defines the relationships between objects and is essential in creating a sense of harmony and balance. By incorporating MA into our designs, we can create spaces that not only function well but also foster a connection with nature.
Natural materials such as wood, stone, and clay have been used in architecture for centuries. They not only provide a sense of warmth and texture to a space but also have a connection to nature. Using natural materials in our designs allows us to bring the outside in and create spaces that feel grounded and connected to the earth.
By using MA and natural materials, we can create spaces that link nature and architectural design. The use of natural materials such as wood, for example, can be used to create a sense of rhythm and harmony in a space. The use of MA can be used to create a sense of balance and flow in a space. By using these concepts together, we can create spaces that are not only functional but also foster a connection with nature.