Things that are good have a certain kind of structure. You can’t get that structure except dynamically. Period. In nature you’ve got continuous very-small-feedback-loop adaptation going on, which is why things get to be harmonious. That’s why they have qualities we value. If it wasn’t for the time dimension, it wouldn’t happen.

Christopher Alexander, one of my strongest influencers and the author of Notes on the Synthesis of Form.

This sums up my approach to design, and my love for wilderness. Keep keep iterating, and look around you!

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