Why Texture Matters
Whether created by time or intention, texture tells a story; it can reveal an object's true nature. So, can texture inspire better design?
I have always been fascinated by old things. Whenever I have the choice between a brand new or used version of something and they both function similarly, I will always opt for the older one. Why I do this is unclear. Is it mere romanticism for bygone days? Sentimentality for an imagined narrative attached to the item? I’ve begun to see something more significant at play.