Japandi

Japandi is not attributed to a specific individual or creator. It is a design movement that emerged as a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian styles. The term “Japandi” itself is a combination of “Japan” and “Scandi,” representing the blend of these two distinct design aesthetics.

The Japandi style evolved organically as a response to the desire for simplicity, minimalism, and a connection to nature. It combines the clean lines, functionalism, and cozy warmth of Scandinavian design with the timeless elegance, minimalism, and Zen influences of Japanese aesthetics.

While there may not be a singular creator of Japandi, it represents the collaborative influence of various designers, architects, and artists who have embraced and interpreted the fusion of these two design approaches. Japandi has gained popularity as a contemporary and harmonious design style, captivating individuals with its serene and balanced aesthetic.

Japandi Wall Art

Japandi Wall Art is created by Jaden Healey – devoted aficionado of Japandi design, who loves to write articles about the movement, its principles, and esthetics. Jaden grew up in Norway, with a mind aligned with eastern philosophy. His passion project is to create organic wall art that honor the heart of Scandinavian and Japanese design; nature, and simplicity. The result is soon available for you at this site, as museum-quality prints, sustainably printed and shipped. As for now, you can find his nature photography prints at Zen Nature Photography.