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Perfect Your Imperfections. That’s What Interior Designers Do.


Mayur Gori - September 25, 2020 - 0 comments

 

Every Angle Is A Right Angle, Until Aligned Right.

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Perfect your imperfections. That is what interior designers do. GPD

Perfect Your Imperfections.

We have often seen our elders, and our superiors emphasising on being always morally, physically, fundamentally, mathematically and all the other ‘ally’ perfect or at least near perfect if not entirely perfect. Isn’t it?

This might be easy for some, but for someone like me who is always willing to explore and test everything that’s already been done makes it a bit difficult to believe in. 

They often try to portray this as a quality of a good human, but that is just pure scam. I agree to the fact that one must try anything first to know the actual truth, and I suggest you must try first and then come to any conclusion. 

I AM A REBEL . . . 

I’m not saying that I was arrogant and ignorant as a child. I was just a REBEL, and that helped me reach at a point where I can use my own abilities to mould any situation in my favor.

See, being a designer our only aim must be to perfect the imperfection. Don’t you think? I mean if not that, then what else is there to do? If you design stuff which has already been perfected by someone else, would you still call it your design? If you are a self-righteous designer you won’t. And you shouldn’t.

Being a designer means breaking off all the chains which tie you up to any limitations. You need to break free. Remember the day of convocation? Where people just threw their hat high in the air, and jumped out of joy? Did you ever think why did they do that?

If not then allow me to enlighten you ‘WHY?‘ Because, you broke free. You became a graduate and had an official license which has been handed to you as per your own individual efforts throughout your academics. isn’t it? So, when you just had a paper that said you are licensed to do what you intent to showcase you jumped out of joy.

Now. . ?

Now imagine yourself doing that each morning without holding any degree in your one hand and a hat in other. Amazing feeling, isn’t it? Just break free.

This day of my life has helped me break free from all the perfections(illusion) made by World. And it did give me freedom to create my own kind of perfection.

I’ve always believed in getting my hands on imperfect things so that, I can if not perfect them then at least make them better than what they were originally. More functional, more durable, more attractive, more enhanced.

This whole experience of being a rebel since childhood changed my mindset and helped me develop a habit of breaking few rules here & there, and pushed me to work beyond textbook methods.

Because of this mindset I was able to pull this wonderful and mesmerising beauty for my client.

Being a designer means breaking off all the chains which tie you up to any limitations. You need to break free.

To give you an example of breaking free this is the best one. Everything in this design may not be at the “RIGHT ANGLE” as per the mathematics. But to me all the angles just looks right and perfect. Not being so much in a relationship with Math, I could now simply dare to achieve this and create my own kind of right angles. 

Not being at the “RIGHT ANGLE” as per math yet every angle looks so perfectly angled.

Being a designer means breaking off all the chains which tie you up to any limitations. You need to break free.

Related Article : How Wrong Design Can Give You A Right Lesson?

If I wouldn’t have dared to break free and create my own perfection, then I am pretty sure I couldn’t have achieved this. Ever!

perfect your imperfection. Geometric art. Interior Design. GPD

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”

Socrates

Related Article : How Wrong Design Can Give You A Right Lesson?

“Being a designer my job is to perfect the imperfections.”— Mayur Gori

What are some of rules that you broke or tweaked. Or some rules that you made on your own to fix what you felt was broken. We would love to hear your rebel story. Feel free to interact with the world or you can contact us anytime. We might not know but our story can inspire others to do something different. 

Until then keep inspiring!

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