wabi sabi

Wabi-sabi: everyday goods from Japan as (imperfect) works of art
Minimalism has died, long live wabi-sabi—or so the trendsetters are saying. But while it’s talked about from everywhere from Elle to Huffington Pos...
185-year-old roof tile maker’s exquisite handmade tableware
Traditional tableware from Japan can take on multiple forms, whether it’s the snowy white porcelain of Arita or Kutani, or the mottled finish stony...
The minimalist bath mat created by Japanese plasterers in construction
While the habits of how people use bath mats may differ, fundamentally most bathmats are the same—a it’s rectangular-shaped fabric that acts like a...