Wabi-Sabi is an aesthetic principle of Japanese people. It wants to show that this worldview accepts shortness or imperfection, embracing an incomplete, impermanent and incomplete beauty.
Stemming from the teachings of Buddhism, its central principles revolve around asymmetry, simplicity, ruggedness and appreciate the inherent integrity of natural objects and materials.
The implementation of Wabi-Sabi’s concepts teaches us that life is not perfection but fun with the shortcomings. Our life is not always a perfect circle.