Wabi-sabi à l'usage des artistes, designers, poètes & philosophes
« Wabi-Sabi is the beauty of imperfect, impermanent and incomplete things. It is the beauty of modest and humble things. That’s the beauty of atypical things. In its broadest sense, it’s a way of life. » Developed by the Japanese tea masters, wabi-sabi is at the heart of traditional Japanese art -floral art, calligraphy, architecture, pottery, gardens. A trained architect who only built a Japanese tea house, Leornard Koren plunges us into the heart of the foundations and values of a practice inspired by Buddhism expressed in material life.
- Leonard Koren
- Le Prunier SULLY
- Language French
- Format21.5 x 14 cm