How do you do?
God is in the details, said Mies. And the details are sometimes a pain in the rump, but mainly just when the process is unfamiliar. Once a machine is well-oiled, a pair of willing hands can refine and seek zen in the work they do. At my vintage, I still love really stunning less-is-more design, the machine, the method applied — but now I’m hot to compulsively seek ways to reduce clutter and its related pain-in-the-assisim. Maybe God is in simplicity. (In specificity, dear Mr. Nunley; I don’t suppose your dictionaries would tell you?) Let’s talk shop. Or your next project needs and desires.