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Designer Spotlight: Nursery Works

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deep happiness

“We often see many pieces of the puzzle, but not how they fit together yet. But at a certain moment, when everything comes together and the synthesis works, we all feel deep happiness.”

 

-Gernot Bohmann-

“I’d like to live that kind of life….”

“One of my biggest creative heroes is Leonardo da Vinci. He felt free to master art, design, sculpture, painting, drawing, and science — and all of those things were connected in some way. I’m very indecisive — Tammer is, too — and often you’re told that the more consistent or more focused you are, the better. But I think it’s inspiring to see someone who refused to focus on just one thing. I’d like to live that kind of life.”

— Danny Giannella

 

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