1. Define "luxury"
Firstly, we defined that luxury shouldn't be measured in square meters but in the quality of life that the spaces can facilitate. We envisioned a personal enclosure that promotes satisfaction and the pleasure to inhabit, above all at the moment to effectuate the personal daily rituals, allowing the experience of wellness throughout these spaces.
2. Elevated asceticism
Secondly, we explored elevated asceticism, which describes that the persons aspire to fewer possessions and of higher quality, switching the focus from having a lot to living a well-lived life.
Having only what you need, but putting special attention to being surrounded by comfort, beauty, nature, and relevant experiences.
3. A simple life
Thirdly, luxury is the design that anticipates your needs, providing elements that the users still don't know they need, but facilitating a simple and comfortable life.