MSP: We can always be busy looking back but I take the time to look at the present, the moment that won't return tomorrow, and the one that brings me a place of comfort and happiness; contemplating nature, the people around us. I'm convinced of the need to stop for a moment... without computers!
It's also a beautiful way of recharging your batteries. I lead a very intense doube life, with children who are at school, and the best way for me to recharge my batteries is through nature, going for long walks, etc. Because like every designer, if I'm searching for something, I find it in what I'm looking at. I'll see it through the way in which I'm looking at something.
The most precious advice I was given as a teenager is: "You can see things and you can quite simply look at things", there's a subtle difference. Learning to see and learning to look are two different things. Looking really involves surveying things. Because in the world of design, these nuances become very important.