a r t l a b o o k

DAzulterrA Atmosferas
everybook tells a history
11 Pins132 Seguidores
In his new book, Wabi Inspirations, Belgian gallerist and designer Axel Vervoordt shares his latest inspirations for the home, which center around the concept of Wabi. Vervoordt was first exposed to Eastern art and philosophy years ago, but today it has become the guiding principle in his work, particularly the concept of Wabi, which advocates simplicity and humility, the rejection of all that is superfluous or artificial. Together with the Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki, Vervoordt carries…

Required Reading: Axel Vervoordt Wabi Inspirations

In his new book, Wabi Inspirations, Belgian gallerist and designer Axel Vervoordt shares his latest inspirations for the home, which center around the concept of Wabi. Vervoordt was first exposed to Eastern art and philosophy years ago, but today it has become the guiding principle in his work, particularly the concept of Wabi, which advocates simplicity and humility, the rejection of all that is superfluous or artificial. Together with the Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki, Vervoordt carries…

Número Zero. Design by Nora Grosse, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.

Número Zero. Design by Nora Grosse, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.

Atelier Crenn

Atelier Crenn

Gibis,Filme,Livros,Absolutamente Impossível,Livros I,Literatura,Literature,Movie,Books

Diane Airbus Un regard

Diane Airbus Un regard

leonardo da vinci notebooks

10 libros que te harán más inteligente

leonardo da vinci notebooks

My Journey Donna Karan

My Journey Donna Karan

A merchant in Baghdad sends his servant to the marketplace for provisions. Shortly, the servant comes home white and trembling and tells him that in the marketplace he was jostled by a woman, whom he recognized as Death, and she made a threatening gesture. Borrowing the merchants horse, he flees at top speed to Samarra, a distance of about 75 miles (125 km), where he believes Death will not find him. The merchant then goes to the marketplace and finds Death, and asks why she made the…

A merchant in Baghdad sends his servant to the marketplace for provisions. Shortly, the servant comes home white and trembling and tells him that in the marketplace he was jostled by a woman, whom he recognized as Death, and she made a threatening gesture. Borrowing the merchants horse, he flees at top speed to Samarra, a distance of about 75 miles (125 km), where he believes Death will not find him. The merchant then goes to the marketplace and finds Death, and asks why she made the…

Discoveries

Discoveries

reed the interview

reed the interview

Pinterest
Pesquisar