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Architecture, interior, objects: As soon as a designer — or in this case a trained architect — has found a style, an individual form of expression, working in the above categories mainly differs in terms of complexity, not so much in terms of accessibility.
Kengo Kuma, the renowned architect known for his meticulous work with wooden structures, has utilised his knowledge in analogical joints to create a Japanese counterpart to Lego, named Tsumiki.
With a network of one hundred and fifty stores in the Nordic countries specialising in accessories and shoes, Venue Retail Group approached Stockholm Design Lab looking to create something new and refreshing in the bag retail market.
House in Alentejo Coast is defined by its relationship to the arid Portuguese landscape and its vegetation.
Minimalissimo’s passion is minimalism in design, and although that is our focus, we also understand that minimalism is more than an aesthetic.
Two things are immediately striking for the minimalism enthusiast when looking at THEY New York‘s collection of beautiful sneakers — one is the astonishing craftsmanship involved in the shoes’ embedded geometric shapes, another is the excitement those unexpected shapes cause on the viewer.
Hailing from Kiev is an outstanding exercise of practicality and visual lightness from architect Emil Dervish.
Especially in a fast-paced design environment like fashion, it is important for creatives to constantly hark back to their most personal inspirations, their own story, to stay confident and idiosyncratic.
The Void is surely a strange choice of name for this community centre in Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do, South Korea.
Memobottle is a wonderful product with an equally wonderful initiative and reflection behind it, combining simple and sustainable design with functionality.
The Portuguese architecture firm of João Tiago Aguiar has designed this elegant classic-meets-modern apartment on a river bank in their home country. Dafundo Apartment features everything we’ve come to expect from great minimal spaces: open and airy rooms, abundant natural light, and few furnishings.
Petter Knudsen’s Level Lamp sees a beautifully seamless linear lighted floating about its surface. Imagined as a collaborative piece between Permafrost and industrial designer, Knudsen himself, this piece was born.
Saint Studio is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Brazil, specialised in smart minimalist apparel, accessories and original art pieces.
Wide-meshed light sweaters complementing classic shirts, purist leather jackets and coats taking the role of blazers: these seem to be the building blocks of the Jil Sander SS17 menswear collection.
Afteroom Bench is a beautiful tribute to Bauhaus and functionalism, reducing the amount of material to a minimum and enhancing the aesthetic appearance to a maximum.
Field is an exceptional and clever shelf where the objects placed on it appear to be seemingly floating when you see from front.
The architectural photography of Kevin Riedl tells a poetic story of material, form, and light. The photographs, while focused on a clear subject, appear more abstract than figurative.
Denmark–based Juncher is a recently launched design shop focusing on interior homewares. Designer Ruben Juncher is also self-taught, approaching the design industry from a unique perspective.
Standing in an idyllic hillside of Brenna, in southern Poland, is a curious residence striking a resemblance to a figurative representation of Noah’s Ark from the Genesis flood narrative.
In Minimalism, it’s the little things that count. Which doesn’t mean that it’s all about fancy details one would discover on second glance.