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Wabi-Sabi Philosophy and Harmonious Living

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„Simplicity is infinite perfection. Perfection is infinite simplicity.” Leonardo da Vinci

The Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi reminds us how to live a conscious and simple life, according to which even the designers from the studio of Sergey Makhno Architects set out to design a unique apartment. The apartment is designed for a young couple who have decided to live in harmony with nature and a simple life in a harmonious space. The beautiful apartment consists of a living room with a large sofa, a hidden kitchen behind oak wood and a bedroom with a bathroom hidden behind glass, in soft earthy colors. Engaged accessories in such an interior should have a certain importance and story, for example, coffee tables are made of old willow, or original lamps in the form of storm clouds designed by Sergey Makhno. The clay walls and wood go perfectly together and the large panoramic window brings natural light and a flow of fresh air into the space. This modest lair with a huge style celebrates perfection in imperfection and its originality.

Design: Sergey Makhno Architects
Photography: Sergiy Kadulin

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