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Swiss artist Zimoun, creator of exceptional minimalist sound installations, some of which you may already be familiar with, has recently introduced me to his latest work.
Renowned New York City-based designer Narcisco Rodriguez displays his signature minimalist forms and sensual silhouettes in his Resort 2015 collection with understated details of geometric cutouts, simple lines that highlight the anatomy and even a twist of floral prints reduced to a pure bold graphic.
Prism mirror table is a remarkable project developed by the Tokyo based designer Tokujin Yoshioka for Glas Italia, a historic manufacturer of glass furniture with a long standing tradition.
Let me present you the minimalist Classic watch by Melbourne based AÃRK Collective. What I like about the Classic watch are the little geometric details.
Belgium based studio Five AM completed the interior of the new bedroom suite at a house in Bellegem, west Belgium, initially designed by studio Arch-id.
Koya No Sumika is an extension to a traditional home in Yaizu, Japan. The extension was designed for a young couple by mA-style Architects.
Dedicated, disciplined and ridiculously handsome menswear label, SCTT BNDCTN is being released for order September 2014.
The late Dutch industrial designer and sculptor, Aldo van den Nieuwelaar, characterised by geometric abstraction, a systematic approach and a minimal use of image resources — consistently represents simplicity and clarity of form in his work, reducing the design of all his products to their very essence.
Simple but iconographic. That is what the team at Italian fashion accessory brand Design Digest aims for.
London-based designer and British bone china specialist Richard Brendon has been developing a number of studio collaborations with Patternity, a specialist organization dedicated solely to pattern, the latest being a bone china collection with the British traditional luxury homeware shop Fortnum & Mason.
Fou de Feu, found by Veerle Van Overloop, is a ceramic studio based in Belgium that takes in the influences from architecture, photographic, and food culture.
These simple and well-thought-out glasses were created by young designer Félicie Eymard Ericsdóttir for Belgian glassware brand Durobor.
House in Nishimikuni is a one story home in Osaka, Japan which focuses on privacy. Designed for an elderly couple by Arbol Design, this home shields its residents from the busy neighborhood. The perimeter of the site is covered in tall, cedar planks.
Zeren Saglamer’s Grill is a beautiful combination of lines. The materiality and the expression of its composition, is beautiful.
Danish furniture manufacturer Askman, successfully collaborate with some of Denmark’s best contemporary designers.
The Los Angeles label Co have created yet another stunning collection for Resort 2015. In a theme of luxurious fabrics molded into these sculptural forms and volumes, giving ubiquitous styles of A line, empire lines, slips and puffer coats an elegant yet sporty twist.
Sostre is an urban canopy designed by the Spanish studio Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, that references traditional structures of mediterranean cultures to provide service to a restaurant with more space.
Los Angeles based West of West created, in cooperation with Chris Noell, an experimental surfboard; Aero.
This beautiful example of minimalist graphic design has been created by Sydney based Zé Studio for the start-up technology company Connected Apps.
This florist’s home in Japan’s Mie prefecture was designed to inspire the resident’s craft. The dwelling was completed by Japanese firm Shinichi Ogawa & Associates in May of this year. Florist Studio utilizes a refreshing simple design to offer seamless views for a creative live/work space. The most stunning feature of the home is the glass walls that span the entire length of the building.