Afillia is a minimalist design created by Italy-based designer Alesandro Zambelli. The design involved the stripping away of the frills leaving on bare essentials. The designer calls the collection “Afillia,” a name borrowed from botany. In plant terms, it means leafless, though not lifeless: surely an apt image for a collection of luminous essentials and airy voids.
Theorem-cerused is a minimalist design created by USA-based designer DAMM. Theorem is an LED desk lamp inspired by the hypotenuse of a right triangle. Bonus points if you can recall from your school days what Pythagoras had to say about this special side. Hand turned solid Ash base, cerused, with a natural beeswax finish. The solid brass neck is hand formed then hand finished by blackening using a natural chemical reaction. A solid brass, hand spun paraboloid shade is blackened as well then fitted to the neck.
Tool Stool is a minimalist design created by England-based designer Daniel Schofield. The Tool Stool gets its inspiration from the way knife and tool blades are traditionally fixed to the handle using a brass rivet. This visual language serves as the inspiration behind the solid Ash stool with Brass detailing on the legs and surface of the seat. The Tool Stool can also be used as a side table. Available in low stool or barstool heights.
K House is a minimalist house located in Sydney, Australia, designed by Chenchow Little Architects. The client desired an extremely private house, yet required it to open on three sides; to the spectacular view towards Sydney Harbour, the sunny northern aspect and the rear garden. In response to the client’s brief the house has been constructed within a protective masonry shell. The walls of the masonry shell are faceted and heavy, and have been sculpted to provide the necessary privacy to the interior without sacrificing solar access.
H_plonerloft is a minimalist house located in Austria, designed by ma hoRe. Approached by a private landlord, ma hoRe architects were appointed to develop the design for the extension of an existing building in Innsbruck. The unit contained both office space in the ground floor and apartments in the upper levels. The local building law defining the maximum height of buildings in that specific area of Innsbruck was the main criteria influencing the design strategy of the architects.
MB Kitchen is a minimalist design created by France-based designer Trust in Design. The wood cladded elements are used for food storage. The stainless steel ones hold kitchen equipment. The central island unit echoes the lines of the Judd table and the Bridget lamp (Eno studio Edition).
Cup Set is a minimalist design created by USA-based designer Yield. The cup set is designed to be the perfect solution for two on the go. It combines one pair of stainless steel cups secured together by a handmade, vegetable-tanned leather casing and sturdy brass hardware. Stainless steel is a durable and safe alternative to plastic, allowing you to enjoy your time with peace of mind. Enjoy lemonade in the backyard, a picnic in the park with wine, or a nice break on your hike to the camp site.
House on the Lake is a minimalist house located in Lugano, Switzerland, designed by dotdotdot. A harmonious combination of textures and atmospheres for a lakeside apartment, designed for a young couple. The home has been created in Lugano, Switzerland, in a residential district along the banks of Lake Ceresio with all of the furnishings made to measure for the interior design and décor project supervised by studio dotdotdot.
Salt House is a minimalist house located in London, England, designed by Alison Brooks Architects. The Salt House is a new-build 300sm weekend house in Essex/UK overlooking the Blackwater estuary to the North Sea. The building is a 3-dimensional transformation of the local oyster cottage vernacular into a crystalline form where the building is sculpted to become a ‘bay window’ with maximum sea views and a central atrium open to the sky.
DORI is a minimalist design created by South Korea-based designer Jeong Yong. DORI is a stool which can be stacked with each other, and added the practicality and uniqueness. This design was inspired by a pinwheel that I played with in my childhood, It gives the impression that pinwheels are spinning together when some DORIs are gathered, and it also shows DORI’s unique appearance when they are stacked.
Lysningen is a minimalist house located in Vejle, Denmark, designed by ArcgencY. The project was created as a support community for cancer care. As a result, the structure boasts an exceptionally beautiful and comfortable environment with a spectacular architectural design to match. The interiors are comprised of light wood floors mixed with neutral toned furniture and wooden accents. The back leads to a balcony area that overlooks the serene Vejle landscape.
Nomad Nightstand is a minimalist design created by Netherlands-based designer Spell. After a long day you just want to have your handheld devices at one place before bedtime. Now your tablet and phone devices will always be ready and charged up for the new day to come. As an addtion to the Nomad series, the Nomad Nightstand is a natural brother to the family.
Apple TV Holder is a minimalist design created by USA-based designer tinsel&timber. Your Apple TV and remote finally have a home of their own. Introducing Apple Tray by Tinsel & Timber. This Apple TV Holder is available in your choice of sustainably sourced American Walnut (shown) or Maple, this beautiful and functional piece keeps your Apple TV and remote organized and looking great.
Babila is a minimalist design created by Italy-based designer Odo Fioravanti. The Babila wooden chair has been designed starting from the variable-thickness-plywood technique. This technique makes possible to have different thicknesses at different points of the shell, to obtain a variable mechanical resistance. The lower part is thicker to house the legs and is characterized by a chamfer on the lower edge that creates an optical effect of thinning.
House in Hiyoshi is a minimalist house located in Kanagawa, Japan, designed by Camp Design inc.. The interior is comprised of wood and glass partitions that slide out to open up the spaces within. The kitchen area is unique in that it is situated in a high-traffic area of the home, almost as a display area. The rest of the interior is either accented with wood or glass.