Writing and designing are two complementary environments.
Both convey an real image in a metaphysical environment and vice versa.
Both have blurred boundaries to allow the opposite subject to appear and intervene in the scene.
Sometimes they are calculations, sometimes they are images but they are always a communication between the perceived world and the abstract world.


Understanding means “vibrating” and teaching means finding the right harmony.

I think of teaching as the development of a three-dimensional cognitive system, where connections do not occur by two-dimensional sequence on a single abstract plane, but by three-dimensional triangulations in a space.

 The concepts must be established by relating the knowledge derived from the study with the experiences coming from experimentation and observation.

Once the concept is carved within the individual, it will know how to combine it in infinite different ways according to different needs.