Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese concept that stems from simplicity and authenticity. It appreciates the beauty of imperfection. Elegance in natural materials, nobility without refinement, timelessness with tradition: these are the principles that define Axel Vervoordt's personal take on the concept.
It's safe to say that Axel Vervoordt is one of the most influential tastemakers of his time. The Belgian antique dealer and interior designer has been around for more than a while. He settled in an old Belgian castle and over the years developed a keen sense of beauty and an unmistakable harmonious style. He became a patron of art around the world, putting together several renowned exhibitions and organizing lectures.
Coffee Table Book Wabi Inspirations
This interior design book showcases Axel Vervoordt's interiors inspired by wabi philosophies and shows readers how to create quiet, peaceful spaces in which beauty is distilled to its purest form. The book was created with contributions from architect and regular contributor Tatsuro Miki, and Laziz Hamani's photographs take us into the unique atmosphere of these Wabi Inspirations.
Title: Axel Vervoordt: Wabi Inspirations
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Size: 220 x 264 x 31
Size: 256 pages
Weight: 1499 grams