Wabi Sabi

Wabi-sabi in architecture is a Japanese aesthetic philosophy that embraces imperfection, impermanence, and the beauty of natural processes. It focuses on simplicity, asymmetry, and the organic qualities of materials, highlighting the patina of age and the inherent flaws that give a space character and depth. This approach values authenticity and the natural progression of wear and decay, creating environments that feel serene, intimate, and deeply connected to the natural world. In wabi-sabi architecture, the emphasis is on creating spaces that are humble, unpretentious, and reflective of the transient nature of life.