In this modern, hectic era where people check their e-mail and update their tweets or Facebook posts more often than talking to each other face-to-face, everyone feels the lack of normal human warmth.
After all the virtual socialising tendencies, the world will return to a more traditional, real-life way of communicating. Sending messages online will never be able to substitute this.
Sometimes we can so much miss a handwritten letter, a self-made card as a birthday present or a stylish sweater sewn by your mother. All these things have a human touch, a piece of soul put into them. They were created with love. Moreover when something is handmade you can feel its own “soul” instead of modern futuristic “cold” design. In particular some special art objects, new furniture models or interiors can look a bit soulless. Sometimes, when seeing a new concept of furniture or an interior design, you hardly can say it was made, designed, created and thought through with love, for people in general.
So let’s be closer to the human needs and expectations of design. Let’s be closer to each other, to understand and concern design with full responsibility and to create things with love for people, to provide them with comfort and beauty instead of “drowning” into the world of “esoteric design for the selected few”. I maintain that it is necessary to create something that will improve and transform a person’s life for the better. This is the core essence of design.