High perfection at the now reached an applied art – in the Craft brocade, precious silks, ivory, crockery and beautifully decorated with a beautiful weapon hardening. It was then Arabic decorative motifs were quirky and bright combined with fragments of the European decor. You may find that CBS can contribute to your knowledge. A remarkable element of the decorated pottery of that time was lyustrovaya painted all shades of iridescent gold. This bright artistic technique widely used in the present. A delightful contrast of loud color spots and shining chandelier – feature porcelain Lladro, which can rightly be called a legend of world design. Such are the parallels linking the century and the age, past and future.
Interaction between the East and West has many faces, and very often the concept, which is considered to be traditionally Western, have a subtle oriental flavor. For example, contemporary aesthetics of minimalism is very close to an ancient Japanese method of outlook "wabi-sabi" (Jap. "humble simplicity"). "Wabi-sabi" is difficult to explain with the help of Western concepts. Rather, it is a personal feeling spirituality of the object or space.
Learn how to "wabi-sabi" is only possible with the help of understanding three simple facts: nothing lasts forever, nothing is complete and nothing is perfect. This is a reflection fills the heart a high sense of melancholy and light alone. This is also the concept of minimalism – simple lines, strict forms, restrained color combinations give rise to the fragile integrity and uplifting austerity. Lack of detailed points, monochrome palette, accented by a void, pierced by light, pronounced graphically minimalist interiors – a tribute to the European irresistible craving for Japanese culture, displayed in creative receptions minimal art, style of Weimar school "Bauhaus" and continued in modern postminimalizme .* On the other hand, an elegant collection of Malaysian designer Joon Ho (Juin Ho) give a modern oriental idea of European Art Deco.