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UK £25.00
US $35.00
Hardback
160 pages
200 colour
22.5 x 19 cm (8.75 x 7.5 in)
ISBN: 978-1-8589-4706-8
Published in the UK October 2022
Published in the US October 2022
Japandi Style
When Japanese and Scandinavian Designs Blend

Agata and Pierre Toromanoff

Japandi is the newest and hottest trend in interiors and home styling: a harmonious combination of functionality, comfort and the minimalist look that characterizes Scandinavian design, with the purest elegance of traditional Japanese craftsmanship. Japandi harmoniously blends Scandinavian hygge with wabi-sabi, a concept derived from Zen Buddhism that advocates peaceful sobriety and invites us to admire the beauty hidden in slight imperfections in nature. This first majoy survey of Japandi style will introduce the reader to the fundamentals as well as to inconic objects that will transform an interior into a Japandi-styled retreat. The first chapter examines the converging principles that have contributed to the emergence of Japandi Style such as functionality, neutral colours, the importance of organic materials and the throughtful simplicity of shapes. The second chapter presents some of the most emblematic works of Japandi Style, and the design studios behind them. Chapter three gives examples of how to decorate and furnish rooms - the living room, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, winter garden or home office - in Japandi Style.

 

Japandi is the newest and hottest trend in interiors

The first in-depth survey of Japandi Style with an intrduction to the basic rules of how to transform your home

With 200 stunning colour photographs of inconic objects and designs

 

 

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Author Profiles

Agata Toromanoff is an art and design historian who has curated numerous contemporary art projects. She has written features for the art press and is the author of several books, including Chairs by Architects (2016), Sofas: 340 Iconic Designs (2018), Vases: 250 State-of-the-Art Designs (2019) and Designs for Children (Merrell, 2022).

Pierre Toromanoff studied mathematics and Russian literature. After a career of over twenty years in the book industry as international sales manager and then as managing director for several art publishers, he co-founded with his wife Agata a book packaging agency in 2014. Since then, he has authored several publications on contemporary art, pop culture, and fashion.

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