SLEEK magazine wrote: Given that younger generations are constantly on the move, Lévai sees “Power in Proximity” as a way of helping future young people adapt to changing lifestyles and ever-shifting social circles. “My generation are constantly in motion: we move apartments a lot, we even live in different countries for a few months or a few years. We share our bikes, cars and our homes. Because of this lifestyle we have to integrate into new communities from time to time, starting from zero to settle into our new habitat and find new friends. I believe this tendency will get even stronger in the future, so I imagine that my concept will help people integrate faster and more efficiently into new communities.”

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