This is a great book if you are looking for a spiritual basis for simple design and living. I found it meditative and delightful.Published 23 days ago by Lisa Nance
I guess I thought this would be more visually engaging and have paged through not fully reading it through yet.Published 3 months ago by tootsiebamboo
A friend recommended this to me and I've since bought copies for others. A great reminder that there is beauty in the imperfect.Published 3 months ago by kellyreid
book was purchased for my daughter who is a fashion design degree student and she loved it for its insight into fashionPublished 6 months ago by Neil MacDonald
I ended up getting this book because of a design philosophy class, and I must say its a pretty good read and or some of the things in the book are interesting and intriguing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brianna
This replaces a copy of this book I used to have. It's a quality, clear and illustrated expose on a topic that is not easy to define in Western culture. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Deborah Barnwell
This orientation is critical for our 'youth oriented' culture.
We need this kind of soulful balance for our collective psyches.
I bought this book after reading that one of the Twitter's co-founders lived by the Wabi-Sabi way.
The book itself was written pretty well, but it's hard to give it a... Read more