The Japanese aesthetical concept named “Wabi Sabi” focuses on the imperfect beauty of artisanal creations in interior design. It has become a interior trend in itself: (re)discover the movement via a selection of Wabi Sabi-inspired pieces curated by MOM.
Frans cushion cover, Brooklyn plaid.
OLSSON & JENSEN
Frans cushion cover, Brooklyn plaid
Solid oak wood, chain saw, chisel, linseed oil finish
SILEX by Sylvain Willenz
For Sylvain Willenz, the design of the SILEX vases was an important study in form. When you look at the vases from above, they are not really cylinders, nor are they squares. The faceted corners are in stark contrast to the curves of the glass. “Not an easy shape to make in glass,” says Willenz. “It takes a lot of lung power to get the sufficient amount of glass up against those faceted corners. This is an additional difficulty you don’t face with round shapes.” Another challenge is the weight of the SILEX vases.
Oak Bok dining table
The Bok dining table assumes a soft and sensual shape, with a delicate thinness that conceals solid construction. This season, this table tries on a darker shade. Now also available in a Blackstone finishing!