A kakemono is…
A hanging scroll to be hung against a wall.
‘Kake’ means hanging and ‘mono’ means object in Japanese.
In a traditional Dojo (place of practise or place of awakening) you would find a kakemono.
are Dutch design, with influences of Japanese and Scandinavian design.
The basis is an organic canvas combined with a set of wooden rods.
Stripped of the unnecessary, its characteristics are simple.
A kakemono can be used as a tool for centering and awareness.
In a dynamic accelerating world full of distractions, a kakemono can serve as a focal point.
Each is one of a kind, created from a meditative state.
The value of…
Aesthetics can give you ‘drive’.
Art is deepening; it can be fascinating, soothing and contribute to harmony in your interior and in your daily life.
More and more people acknowledge the value of art in their surrounding.
‘Beauty is the harmony of purpose and form.’
‘Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.’