Design Trend Report: 
JAPANDI

As far as wordplay goes, Japandi is as rich as it is timely. An elegant marriage of Nordic and Japanese design, Japandi is a strong 2020 trend that answers to our fascinations with both minimalist design languages; Japanese and Scandinavian.

—Written by Maya Assouad / Design Editor, Azamit 

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KEIJI ASHIZAWA

With both cultures possessing an intimate relationship with nature,
a strong affinity for raw materials and a deep appreciation for craftsmanship and tradition,
their union can only be harmonious and complementary.

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KRISTINA DAM STUDIO

Above all, Japandi is compelling; it strikes the optimum balance between Scandinavian practicality and the Japanese art of impermanence, smartly embodying the delicate subtleties and promoting an alternative aesthetic.

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SALVATORI

Muted, calm and earth-toned colour palettes add to the serene beauty of the clean-lined, sober design of furniture and objects. And though sparse in detail, designs are warm and inviting, imbued with a special charm: a touch of Scandinavian hygge and a hint of Japanese wabi-sabi.

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GABRIEL TAN STUDIO

NIKARI

NORD & SON

&TRADITION

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Written on: April 22, 2020