A Reflection on Simplicity and Complexity is a short essay on the effects of simplicity and complexity in design practice, and how using the pair in a contrasting manner creates strong interest and potency.
Simplicity is often regarded as the better of the two, yet I argue that complexity is not mere chaos, but is the absolute limit of simplicity. It can be seen as absolute refined structure, the periphery of problem solving.
176 × 250 mm
Printed in 2015