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THEY New York Canvas

Words by Carl MH Barenbrug Published on 11 July 2017 Category Fashion Photography by THEY We were first introduced to young fashion brand THEY last year when we fell in love with their superbly crafted, minimalist sneakers that feature embedded geometric shapes—always a striking feature for the minimalism enthusiast.


Words by Jana Ahrens Published on 10 July 2017 Category Fashion Photography by Sabine Kohloeffel & Michael Speichert For a long time it seemed like upcycling and minimalist aesthetics would never meet.

Cerco Espresso Cup

Words by Gian Marco Tosti Published on 8 July 2017 Category Industrial Design Many of us feel we’re unable to function without a hit of caffeine, and many of us simply enjoy the taste of good coffee, whether it be first thing in the morning or an afternoon refresher.

Yu Hua Tailor

Words by Jorge San Luis Published on 6 July 2017 Category Graphic Design Photography by Jay Liu Yu Hua Tailor is a home-based dressmaker that works for a private pool of customers in Singapore, and is well known for her meticulousness and ability to construct the finest tailoring details.

Casa RM

Words by Jillian Japka Published on 6 July 2017 Category Architecture Casa RM is a lovely single-story home overlooking the costal city of Ponta Delgada, Portugal.

Laptop Case

Bellroy’s Laptop Case came from a want for a slicker and more sophisticated way to transport your tech best friend.


Nærvær is a Copenhagen-based upmarket restaurant and wine bar, and an excellent call for both an intimate dinner or a quick drop by with friends.

The Light Phone

The Light Phone is not only an exciting design product, it is more a physical manifestation of philosophical questions.

Habitat Andergassen Urthaler

On a hillside in South Tyrol, Italy, a new brutalist structure monumentally resides, overlooking the Eisack Valley.

Tenri Station Plaza

Tenri Station Plaza CoFuFun is the remarkable first public space designed by Nendo, recently completed in Tenri, a small city in the southwest of Japan.

House on Prenzlauer Berg

House on Prenzlauer Berg is an interior renovation project in Berlin. Interior and industrial design studio Loft Kolasiński completed the renovation of the interior, furnishings, terrace and garden.

Sail Table

Sail is a table designed by Japanese studio and Minimalissimo favourite, Nendo, and can be defined as an absolute example of minimalism and conceptual design.

Manual Collection

Agata Bieleń’s Manual Collection is a series of articulated graphic artworks, as an extension of her process and aesthetic as a designer.

Godot Sofa

Copenhagen-based design duo Iskos-Berlin created a sofa on behalf of Scandinavian interior company Menu on a very clear approach: the interior of the sofa belongs to the occupant and the exterior belongs to the room.


Boiacca is a design exercise about the study of the mechanical properties of one material to push it to its absolute limit, creating something surprising whilst striving to sustain a minimal form and back it up with superior structural integrity.

Mami House

This minimalist house located in Matosinhos, a coastal town just outside Porto, has been designed by architecture studio NoArq.

Zarid House

Nestled along the coast of Cádiz, Spain is the stunning Zarid House designed by minimalist favourite, Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. This dwelling is characterised by a series of interlocking levels in the form of terraces.

Beoplay H5

Bang & Olufsen makes no excuses for its combination of great design, innovation and street-cred cool.

INVENTERY Mechanical Pen

A pen may be an impossibly common object, exiled to a simple embodiment with cheap material and solely practical use.

MAX.TAN AW 17/18

MAX.TAN collections are always a pleasure to analyse. While their design approach is pretty stable—it’s all about maximising on minimalistic ideas and soft geometrical shapes—every season brings a new and exciting motif.