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The “Less is more” Economy 6: Stories

In today’s divided and volatile world, we need an outside-the-box upending of values in order to find happiness. One hundred years after the Bauhaus, the “Less is more” economy explores the possibility of a more abundant and fulfilling life than that offered by aggressive economic growth by leveraging our own abilities and resilience. Goodbye efficiency, hello design and aesthetics.
February 2, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net

The “Less is more” Economy – design your own happiness.

In today’s divided and volatile world, we need an outside-the-box upending of values in order to find happiness. One hundred years after the Bauhaus, the “Less is more” economy explores the possibility of a more abundant and fulfilling life than that offered by aggressive economic growth by leveraging our own abilities and resilience. Goodbye efficiency, hello design and aesthetics.
January 19, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net

The “Less is more” Economy 1: History of “Less is more”

Isn’t “less is more” a design concept? Yes, but it’s implications are much more profound. Find out how “less” has been the flip side of the “more” as an economic growth, and how it revealed the not-so-sustainable relationship between “more” and happiness.
January 19, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net

The “Less is more” Economy 2: Current Status of “More”

January 19, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net

The “Less is more” Economy 3: Efficiency or Happiness?

January 19, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net

The “Less is more” Economy 4: The “Less is more” Design

January 18, 2019/by mihoyofuji@comcast.net