To highlight Omar’s affinity for imperfection, he worked with D2 Art to find the perfect pieces by Tony Brown, Galia Linn & Masami Tsuchikawa, reminiscent of the Japanese tradition “wabi sabi,” a philosophy in which imperfection is the gauge by which beauty is measured. The artworks found their place in the recently finished home in Hollywood.
The piece by Brown commissioned by the residents is a 5′ x 15′ unique construction of repurposed chair parts- a hallmark of the artist’s signature style of assemblage.
To further compliment the homes chic & modern interior, a wall piece from Venice local Tsuchikawa adorns the homes’ kitchen. In company with ceramic pieces by Linn, the one-off nature of each piece add character to an otherwise refined design flow. The imperfect, perfect form adds into the home design.