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Close up of blade contrasting blackened bald with precision edge Wabi sabi knife GOKOO NAKIRI KUROUCHI CARBON STEEL 165MM

Close up of blade contrasting blackened bald with precision edge Wabi sabi knife GOKOO NAKIRI KUROUCHI CARBON STEEL 165MM

Wabi Sabi Bowl: The beauty of imperfection - the 'flaw' that makes this unique.

Wabi Sabi Bowl: The beauty of imperfection - the 'flaw' that makes this unique.

WABI SABI - simple, organic living from a Scandinavian Perspective.

WABI SABI Scandinavia - Design, Art and DIY.

Wabi Sabi is akin to Zen Buddhism in that being surrounded by natural, changing, unique objects helps us connect to our real world and escape potentially stressful distractions. Wiki

Wabi Sabi is akin to Zen Buddhism in that being surrounded by natural, changing, unique objects helps us connect to our real world and escape potentially stressful distractions. Wiki

Wabi Sabi is akin to Zen Buddhism in that being surrounded by natural, changing, unique objects helps us connect to our real world and escape potentially stressful distractions. Wiki

Wabi Sabi is akin to Zen Buddhism in that being surrounded by natural, changing, unique objects helps us connect to our real world and escape potentially stressful distractions. Wiki

Pachadesign are a design/make partnership specialising in contemporary furniture and objects from locally sourced reclaimed and natural resources. Much of their work evolves from a simplistic approach to design and the materials used, combining pared down aesthetics with the Japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection.

Pachadesign are a design/make partnership specialising in contemporary furniture and objects from locally sourced reclaimed and natural resources. Much of their work evolves from a simplistic approach to design and the materials used, combining pared down aesthetics with the Japanese view of wabi sabi, beauty in imperfection.

Aesthetically Thinking: Ma.   Michael and Alexandra Misczynski understand completely and viscerally what the Japanese call "Ma". The unseen energy surrounding objects, or rather the intrinsic importance of having open space in a house, as it is the void that is after all the beginning of everything.

Aesthetically Thinking: Ma. Michael and Alexandra Misczynski understand completely and viscerally what the Japanese call "Ma". The unseen energy surrounding objects, or rather the intrinsic importance of having open space in a house, as it is the void that is after all the beginning of everything.

A vase hewn from the crotch section of a sugar maple with butterfly joints holding together the natural split by woodworker Joshua Vogel.

A vase hewn from the crotch section of a sugar maple with butterfly joints holding together the natural split by woodworker Joshua Vogel.

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