This interior is one of a series of our attempts to comprehend the theme of the Japanese rock garden. ⠀
The space is clear, concise and even a little ascetic. There is nothing in it except a few selected items. Each of them is verified so much that it seems to have been created specifically for this place. ⠀
Muted, chamber atmosphere. Tangible. ⠀
The light enlivens the lines, makes them more relaxed. Emphasizes proportions. The atmosphere of this project is created by light and lines. ⠀
The degree of perfectionism is understated so as not to go into strictness. Slight out of sync catches the eye. Filling with one color brings the details together. It sounds conceptual, but if you look at each angle, you will find very practical solutions. ⠀
Each object is built on a sense of natural imperfection. On the value and admiration of those flaws that may appear over time. ⠀
They are as beautiful as the human experience. They are natural. Real as life itself.