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91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book
91883 Rizzoli OGATA Coffee table book

Rizzoli • OGATA

Coffee table book

Ogata: Reinventing the Japanese Art of Living.
256 pages.
Hardback.

REF. 91883

W.24,5 x D.33cm

€85,00
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An introduction to the Japanese art of living of Ogata through the vision of its founder, Shinichiro Ogata.

As an expert in the cultures and traditions of ancient Japan, Shinichiro Ogata has dedicated himself to a contemporary reinvention of this solemn yet simple ideal of a harmonious life. His eponymous spaces in Japan and Paris are at once a tea salon, pastry shop, restaurant, bar, art gallery, and crafts and housewares store where every element is infused with a pared-back, refined style, holistically in tune with surroundings and nature.



Beautifully printed, this elegant volume provides a comprehensive overview of Japanese art of living, with chapters on tea, cuisine, wagashi (traditional confections), crafts, fragrance, and floral art. Readers are invited to consider a new outlook, nourished by millennia-old traditions and materialized through exquisite objects and sensorial experiences. 

Each section explores the details and innovative possibilities for deeply rooted traditions as well as the social and aesthetic rules that sustain them, while beautiful photographs showcase Ogata’s signature design as well as its flagship Paris space. Written in the first person, Shinichiro Ogata’s text offers a deeper understanding of his creative process and unique aesthetic vision. This is an exquisite book for aficionados of Japanese refinement and craftsmanship.

When Rizzoli’s bookshop opened its doors in 1964, it was set on one of the most luxurious streets in the world, Fifth Avenue in New York, with iconic shops such as Tiffany's and Cartier as its neighbours. Its original location immediately demonstrated Rizzoli's ambition to establish itself as an icon of New York culture and luxury, a goal that was fulfilled almost immediately, and which was consolidated when in 1974 it began its activity as a publisher. 

Beautifully illustrated books on architecture, interior design, fashion, photography, haute cuisine and fine art made Rizzoli New York one of the world's leading publishers.