A few days ago I received a copy of “PERFECT IMPERFECT – the beauty of accident, age and patina” and I’d like to share it with you because this book is truly amazing!
It takes as its founding principle the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, advocating the beauty to be found in imperfections, impermanence and the authentic…merging digital technology with the handmade, rethinking how to use space as well as accomodating the natural world, which is always giving birth to a new creative expression.
This 288 pages hardback book is a beautiful, inspirational book, with thought-provoking text by Karen McCartney and stunning visuals by Sharyn Cairns and Glen Proebstel. It’s a celebration of accident, curation, collaboration, reuse and originality.
It embraces current design objects alongside well-worn ones and features interior settings (homes and studios of creatives all over the worold) that mix comfort, design and an off-beat beauty.
I strongly recommend this book to all the people who love interior design and styling and great photography. It’s definitely a great source of inspiration!
Publishing 5th May 2016 – MurdochBooks
*This product was provided to me free of charge from the company in order to review it. However, the opinion expressed in this review are independent and my own*