“Deep in the English countryside, where the air hints of wild flowers and wood-smoke, lies a tiny studio between two woods, in which thoughts are captured, transformed into words, played with or asked politely to leave.”
And so begins your poetic introduction to The Purist.
A collaboration between the creative minds of Jamie Harris and Andrew Morrison.
“I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free” – Michelangelo (only Monocomplex just had old cardboard instead…)
I love days like today! It was spent bringing the separate strands of a design that were months in the planning and sourcing together to create a new space.
While the clients’ were at work all their furniture arrived – some new, some revived and some repurposed.
It was my job to turn it into a liveable space so that when they walked through their front door they would be home (and not buried under a pile of boxes)
As the day went on that pile of cardboard packaging and boxes just kept growing.
“Truly elegant design incorporates top-notch functionality into a simple, uncluttered form.”
David Lewis (20th century philosopher)
If your Korean is a little rusty, let me help you out, Dami means “put in”.
It is also the name for the latest work by South Korean industrial designer Seung-Yong Song.
His vision was to blend modern objects with traditional beauty.