Thursday, January 26, 2023

This cabin lost among the mountains breathes the essence of ‘wabi-sabi’, the Japanese philosophy that celebrates the beauty of imperfect things

“We wanted to create a warm and authentic atmosphere, and to do so we used objects collected over time. Our goal was mainly to respect what was already there, and from there create a combination of simplicity, rustic imperfection and comfort.” The layer has begun.” Concrete Betsy.

hence, Every corner has been maximized to provide as much functionality as possible, And the rooms were reorganized so that, from inside, you can admire and capture the wonderful fauna and flora that converge outside. “Above all, we wanted to honor the simplicity of the home at its core, and choose local materials that were authentic to this place lost in the mountains.”

Selected furniture is also a key element of the space, such as the Charlotte Perriand chairs.

Steven Friedman

and that’s really something that’s commenting wabi – saidsince time immemorial. Japanese ancestral philosophy defends and maintains that there is beauty in imperfection, in simplicity, and in a relaxed acceptance of the ephemeral, nature, and sadness. Somehow, this project is deeply inspired by these foundations; And this can be verified through the use of natural materials such as oak, stone or wood, dominated by perfectly chosen neutral tones… This confection creates an ethereal creature that blends with the landscape, in a visual connection that moves from the inside out.,

The reconstruction of the house was conceived in order to be able to enjoy the views towards the mountains and the surrounding vegetation.

Steven Friedman

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