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Technology is part of our daily life; it has transformed society and people; it has created new possibilities and ways of life. Others have changed or disappeared, and with them a way to understand the world.
Taking your bearings and looking for a way to go (norte, means North in Spanish) or a focus point, is a way of finding your path, taking the right road, not only in terms of your destination but also for the journey in itself.
We all have a norte, a focus, a purpose. Ours is learning to live closer to what seems real, to get to know our surroundings, feel useful and capable of doing things for ourselves.

All good things are wild and free, H. D. Thoreau

In June 2012, as we were spending some days in the mountains, we were talking about how little do people in the cities learn to use their hands and craft. To be able to survive, to be self-sufficient with primary resources.

NORTE is a project made up of stories through which we get to know people who can teach us to do something useful, in the old sense of the word.
Our aim is to transmit their passion for what they know, and out motivation is to learn. And ultimately involve more people in this concern.

 

This is a living project. Born with a web page in which you can read our stories and where new chapters will be added. This project wants to transcend its digital limits to a physical form in the short future. Norte wouldn’t exist without the collaboration of Ana Navarro, Mónica R. Goya, each of the photographers that helped us in every story, and Roger Pau, who did all the programming.

 

norte.ws

Client
Norte
Service

logo, website, Experience

Technology is part of our daily life; it has transformed society and people; it has created new possibilities and ways of life. Others have changed or disappeared, and with them a way to understand the world.
Taking your bearings and looking for a way to go (norte, means North in Spanish) or a focus point, is a way of finding your path, taking the right road, not only in terms of your destination but also for the journey in itself.
We all have a norte, a focus, a purpose. Ours is learning to live closer to what seems real, to get to know our surroundings, feel useful and capable of doing things for ourselves.

All good things are wild and free, H. D. Thoreau

In June 2012, as we were spending some days in the mountains, we were talking about how little do people in the cities learn to use their hands and craft. To be able to survive, to be self-sufficient with primary resources.

NORTE is a project made up of stories through which we get to know people who can teach us to do something useful, in the old sense of the word.
Our aim is to transmit their passion for what they know, and out motivation is to learn. And ultimately involve more people in this concern.

 

This is a living project. Born with a web page in which you can read our stories and where new chapters will be added. This project wants to transcend its digital limits to a physical form in the short future. Norte wouldn’t exist without the collaboration of Ana Navarro, Mónica R. Goya, each of the photographers that helped us in every story, and Roger Pau, who did all the programming.

 

norte.ws