- Simplicity and its systematic effect on the human mind
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- Fri 7 February, 2020
Conference Hall | Centro Citibanamex
Simplicity In lines, shapes, forms, and a linear thinking approach found often in Architecture is from a similar vein which inspires Franz Klainsek to reduce things to its purest essence. To work on taking away instead of the need to add more. To do less is often a greater choice than to do more. To be at the core of creation -where one line or one motion can be enough. Franz Klainsek explores with a psychologist how to identify the meditative space of being enough.