“Places of wabi-sabi are small, secluded, and private environments
that enhance one’s capacity for metaphysical musings” - Leonard Koren
Explaining Wabi Sabi …
Wabi Sabi represents a comprehensive Japanese world view or aesthetic
centered on the acceptance of transience.
Wabi Sabi is a philosophy; it is a way of life.
Wabi Sabi is closely associated to Zen Buddhism and exemplifies many
of its philosophical core tenets.
Wabi Sabi is rarely applied and created; it happens naturally. It is a
process that happens over time and is unique.
Wabi Sabi is a personal philosophy; it is a style of aesthetics, the beauty
in imperfection. It is the expression of beauty that lies between the
mortality and life of ourselves and the objects that are around us. It is
the fine line separating something of beauty from something shabby. It is
anti-aesthetic. Perhaps it is just another definition of rustic, only it has
been given more reverence.
Wabi Sabi is underplayed and modest. It is the kind of quiet, undeclared
beauty that waits patiently to be discovered. It's a fragmentary glimpse; a
richly mellow beauty that's striking but not obvious.
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