Pursuing “simple” and “minimal” is becoming more than a lifestyle trend. We are realizing that finding happiness in “less” is about re-discovering the power and potential inside ourselves. By leveraging our own abilities, we can renew our value system in which happiness is deep inside us, not in the hands of someone/something else. Less is more and zero is abundance. Find out how it works.
Detailed report on MUJI “Wood House” model home in Kanagawa, Japan.
Shigeru Ban’s exhibition “Projects in Progress” was held at TOTO Gallery・Ma, Tokyo, Japan in summer 2017.
The exhibition “The Japanese House – Architecture and Life after 1945” is currently held at the Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
Discover ultimate beauty of Saiho-ji (koke dera), Kyoto, an 1000 year-old Japanese garden designed by Muso Soseki.
Katsura Rikyu (Katsura Imperial Villa) is often considered the culmination of Japanese traditional architecture.
Welcome to Zero = abundance, an online resource where you can get inspiration to live, work and deliver values/services to customers leveraging the power of “less,” not “more.” You may be amazed to find out how our assumption- we need to deliver “more” to make yourself and others happy – is actually wrong. Resilient and sustainable happiness starts from “less,” because Zero is abundance.