Nothing messed around with too much

“It is the importance of good, quality ingredients; nothing messed around with too much. That is probably the thing that links the products and the food. Too many people – whether it is in furniture or in food – spend a lot of time making things ultra-complicated. And I think a British attitude might be about doing things a bit rougher and a bit simpler and a bit more basic than others, but also about really paying attention to the quality of the raw materials and the manufacturing method, if you like. That is the commonality.”

– Tom Dixon in conversation with Ambra Medda on L’Arco Baleno

 

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Nothing messed around with too much