“Work? Work! We have to work! Laziness? It is procrastination, lack of energy! “claims the hard worker. Yet, laziness summoned in creation likes to redefine conventional design practices. Thus, the ones who make themselves available, by circumventing the imposed work, can become powerful creatives. Opportunity and serendipity exist through others, in the tracing of a vacuum cleaner, a GPS, a dream or by watching a cat. The act of creating is built in lightness, humour, diversion, generosity, in doing-doing and laissez-faire. This approach is then an experimental methodology based on potential, a lazy alternative, never without resources.