Wabi-Sabi by Decolieu

This Dezeen feature home has unique features and a calm and pleasing interior. Lots of visual inspiration in this article!

“Wabi-Sabi, the Japanese aesthetic is the ability to perceive beauty in its essence. Simplicity without extravagances. Harmony of natural materials. The Japanese used to live in houses made of wood and paper. They endured cold because they felt it was necessary to stay connected to the outside world, to remain a part of the environment. A Japanese architect Shigeru Ban is still building with carton and metal.”

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  1. vmartin at 19 h 17 min

    Thanks for your comments! A number of our upcoming designs embrace the ideal of simplicity. I hope you will visit us again!

    Best regards,
    Drummond House Plans

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