It is a beauty of things imperfect and Impermanent, of things modest and humbler.
The Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sari has long been associated with the tea ceremony, which is originated from Zen Buddhism. The implements used in tea ceremony are rough and not refined. The structure is small and the entrance is low where one has to couch down to enter. Inside the decoration is intimate, sparse, simple and unpretentious.
This is an on-going project where I explore and learn about this sensibility.