When we see patterns, we are looking at them but not observing them, not engaging directly with what is happening, but we are trying to find some sort of link or meaning with genuine curiosity. 

We therefore become part of a process of engagement: a slowing down in time, giving the chance for other meanings emerge. By doing this, we can establish a relation that permits us to undergo real contemplation.

Just as the breeze touches our ears and makes them cold, the sound of the rain on the observing and feeling textures on different surfaces makes us aware of the moment, aware of the precise present. This embodies a sadness of the fleeting, the ephemeral.

Events that might happen at one single time not able to return, impermanent of what we are attending, this can embodies a melancholy for the ephemeral, and at the same time staying there to be discovered.

We might find imperfections that can challenge our aesthetics; judgments of what should and shouldn’t be, but by accepting these aforementioned imperfections we can find a deeper meaning related to the true nature of life. 

Our task is to observe without predetermined thinking, to leave behind preconceptions of reasoning and able to embrace what we are experiencing in the moment. 

CarmWorks creates handmade furniture influenced by the observation in nature & inspired by three simple realities: nothing last, nothing is complete and nothing is perfect.