The Ouroboros: the serpent or dragon eating its own tail, the eternal return, renewal, the cycle of life, death and rebirth; completion, the Anima Mundi, the snake in the corporeal and spiritual world, essence and substance, yin and yang; a double nature.

The Enso: circular form, the mind free to let the body create, enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, mu (the void), characterized by a minimialism born of Japanese aesthetics, perpetual incompletion, i.e. the pursuit of completion.

The Ensouroboros: perpetual drive, ambition, continuous renewal, beginner's mind, building upon the Self.

He conquers who conquers himself.

My work examines various concepts in the overlapping domains of architecture, design and art. Architecture is a design operation that powerfully conveys individual values, meaning and purpose in urban and building form, and I enjoy investigating how this may manifest in concept and in reality.

I maintain an ongoing parallel interest in the design of the individual - the max potential, max achievement individual - which means exploring and unifying approaches to the design of the body (fitness) and mind (philosophy), to the design of the objects that define and improve his world, and necessarily, his built environment.

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