Karma. The lifecycle. The sense that every day is the same
as the last. It’s easy to get the feeling that you’re not making
progress. Just spinning wheels.
Just remember you are still creating. Each turn of the wheel.
Each change in your fingers and hands. The creation of your
life is being formed. Pop ceramicist Ka Kwong Hui, best known
for his collaborations with Roy Lichtenstein, once said
“creation is in how you breathe. Breathe carefully.” Circles,
especially ones revolving. Are we creating or spinning
according to someone else’s hands?
Stumblin’ around, you’ve been guessing your direction
Next step, you can’t see at all
And I don’t have a name, I don’t have a name, no
Who am I to blame? Who am I to blame though?
And I cannot be changed, I cannot be changed, no
Trust me, I’ve tried
I just end up right at the start of the line
CIRCLES, by Mac Miller. Released posthumously.
This issue marks the first full cycle of Commercial Architecture
being commARCH. While the title is around 20 years old,
it has quickly evolved into not only showcasing the best in
products, case studies and thinking, but also the inspirations
we require to execute our most successful work.
commARCH conducts ongoing surveys of its key audience
members on what information they most want and in what
platform they want it delivered. Many things were missing in
the content landscape, and attention to the pre-design phase
was one of them. Sun Tzu’s “Every battle is won before it
We place great emphasis on dialogues that will provide
confidence and options, as you continue to create your life
and a built world for others.
Ancient cultures connected the “ring finger” with the heart.
The ring then symbolizes infinite love between the couple,
and what your hands offer.
Enjoy this issue of commARCH, and its digital presence where
most content begins, because the realization of your potential is of the most importance.