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Elements of Japanese Design

€ 14.95

"Elements of Japanese Design" introduces 80 key concepts in Japanese design in a readable and accessible short-entry format. Including a brief explanation and examples of every aspect of Japanese design-from Wah (Harmony) to Kaizen (Continuous Improvement), from Mushin (the Empty Mind) to Mujo (Incompleteness).


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Introduction xiii
Honshitsu/Seizui
The Essence of Japanese Design
1(2)
Shizen
Imitating Mother Nature
3(2)
Shizenbi
Nature`s Standard of Beauty
5(2)
Wa
Harmony in AU Things
7(2)
Heisei
The Peaceful Mind
9(2)
Ki
Humility in Wood
11(2)
Ishi
The Use of Sabi Stones
13(2)
Wara/Tatami
The Sabi-ness of Straw
15(3)
Take
The Incredible Bamboo
18(2)
Bukkyo
The Impact of Buddhism
20(2)
Meisho/Deshi
The Master/Apprentice Approach
22(3)
Kaizen
Striving for Perfection
25(2)
Kessaku
Creating Masterpieces
27(2)
Kyubo
The Poverty Principle
29(2)
Sabi
Savoring the "Rust" of Age
31(2)
Wabi
Desolate Beauty
33(3)
Shibui
Eliminating the Unessential
36(2)
Bigaku
The Growth of Aestheticism
38(3)
Kukan/Supesu
Space Is Not Empty
41(2)
Ma
Mixing Space and Time
43(2)
Mushin
The Power of the Empty Mind
45(2)
Muga ma
Letting "It" Do the Designing
47(3)
Yuga
The Elegant Factor
50(2)
Mujo
Leaving Things Incomplete
52(2)
Kanjo Ni Uttaeru
Touching the Emotions
54(2)
Nikukanteki
Arousing Sensual Feelings
56(2)
Fukinsei
Symmetry vs. Asymmetry
58(2)
Kanso
Getting More with Less
60(2)
Yugen
Building in Mystery and Subtlety
62(2)
Kibun
Building in a Mood
64(2)
Katachi
Making Things Shapely
66(2)
Okisa/Saizu
Size Does Matter
68(3)
Kenkyo
Striving for Humility
71(3)
Makoto
Building Sincerity into Products
74(2)
Seijaku
Designs That Exude Silence
76(2)
Miekakure
The Hidden Attraction
78(2)
Myo
The Ultimate Quality of Beauty
80(2)
Kawaii
The Incredible "Cute" Syndrome
82(2)
Medatsu
Creating Focal Points
84(1)
Kebakebashii/Hade
Avoiding the Gaudy
85(2)
Buenryo-na
Avoiding the Bold and Impudent
87(2)
Kazarimono
The Spare Use of Ornaments
89(2)
Musubi
Tapping into Creative Energy
91(2)
Dairokkan
Using a Sixth Sense
93(2)
Kuwashii
Beauty the Details
95(2)
Utsukushisa
The Elements of Beauty
97(2)
Kanji
Programming the Rand and Mina
99(3)
Tokonoma
The Common Beauty Altar
102(2)
Kisetsu
Keeping in Tone with the Seasons
104(2)
Tabemono
The Aesthetics of Food
106(2)
Washi
Paper with Character
108(2)
Kimono
Dressing Sensually
110(2)
Mingeihin
Folk Crafts and Culture
112(2)
Bonsai
Dwarf Tree Culture and Design
114(2)
Niwa
Japan`s Zen Gardens
116(2)
Hanami
Viewing Blossoms
118(3)
Ikebana
Growing Flowers in a Vase
121(2)
Chado/Chanoyu
Following the Way of Tea
123(3)
Mono-no-Aware
Things That Touch the Heart
126(2)
Sabishisa
Indulging in Sad Contentment
128(2)
Sanmai
The Power of Concentration
130(2)
Shi
Designing Poetry
132(3)
Katana
Swords with Spirit
135(3)
Gendai-no Dezain
Unfettered Contemporary Design
138(2)
Zen
Recognizing Reality
140
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Paperback / softback
142 pagina's
Januari 2006
181 gram
210 x 133 x 13 mm
Tuttle Pub us

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