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Ana Mirea

str. Vasile Lupu, Constanta, Romania
My name is Ana Mirea and I have graduated from "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest in 2016. I am interested in a resilient, contextualist architecture, and in the relationship between architecture and neuroscience, because the brain is the one in charge of us, so if we educate our brains, this will also affect our outcome, as architects.

Mindchitect


Gratitude not Discontentment. Resilience not Unconsciousness. Quality not Quantity

Mindchitect


Gratitude not Discontentment. Resilience not Unconsciousness. Quality not Quantity
Quantum physics states the observer is influencing the observed reality.Gratitude towards the observed reality/object, changes the molecular and energetic structure, and it becomes beneficial, having an effect on our state of mind, and state of health. Let’s stop taking everything for granted!

We live in the era of the consumerism, speed, technology, fast traveling. We have so many things, we receive so much, but how many of us thank to this unbelievable Universe for everything it is giving to us? We forgot gratitude, we take everything for granted. And there are tragic situations when we lose all our possessions, and then we start questioning. What it is important to me? What is home, where is home? And when you do so, you begin having more respect for everything surrounding you, for our Planet. Some call it a sustainable, responsible approach. I believe home is our Planet, and we should be grateful for it. When you are grateful for your home, city, country, or Planet, it means you respect it, and you don’t let it waste, you want everything to thrive. It is all a matter of perception. I am what I think I am, I live, the way I think I am living, I am the architect of my own life.


More possessions don't guarantee more happiness

Sometimes less is more

All our life can fit into one suitcase. You don’t need many physical objects in order to be happy. You need the right company, the right people, and the willingness to let yourself be happy. And architecture serves as the background, the setting where you can create your happy life.

Mindchitect


Gratitude not Discontentment. Resilience not Unconsciousness. Quality not Quantity

Mindchitect


Gratitude not Discontentment. Resilience not Unconsciousness. Quality not Quantity
Quantum physics states the observer is influencing the observed reality.Gratitude towards the observed reality/object, changes the molecular and energetic structure, and it becomes beneficial, having an effect on our state of mind, and state of health. Let’s stop taking everything for granted!

We live in the era of the consumerism, speed, technology, fast traveling. We have so many things, we receive so much, but how many of us thank to this unbelievable Universe for everything it is giving to us? We forgot gratitude, we take everything for granted. And there are tragic situations when we lose all our possessions, and then we start questioning. What it is important to me? What is home, where is home? And when you do so, you begin having more respect for everything surrounding you, for our Planet. Some call it a sustainable, responsible approach. I believe home is our Planet, and we should be grateful for it. When you are grateful for your home, city, country, or Planet, it means you respect it, and you don’t let it waste, you want everything to thrive. It is all a matter of perception. I am what I think I am, I live, the way I think I am living, I am the architect of my own life.


More possessions don't guarantee more happiness

Sometimes less is more

All our life can fit into one suitcase. You don’t need many physical objects in order to be happy. You need the right company, the right people, and the willingness to let yourself be happy. And architecture serves as the background, the setting where you can create your happy life.


Idea by

Ana Mirea
str. Vasile Lupu
Constanta
Romania
My name is Ana Mirea and I have graduated from "Ion Mincu" University of Architecture and Urbanism, Bucharest in 2016. I am interested in a resilient, contextualist architecture, and in the relationship between architecture and neuroscience, because the brain is the one in charge of us, so if we educate our brains, this will also affect our outcome, as architects.