• Satellite
    Satellite by Quentin de Coster for the Van Den Weghe ITEMS collection, is a handsome and very well considered, illuminated sculptural beauty. The lamp was designed and produced in 2016, as part of the Van Den Weghe’s collection, where architects and designers are called upon to engage in an array of collaborations with their celebrated […]
  • Símiles
    As the capital known for its modernist markings, Brasília is often portrayed through the unique and unusual buildings of Niemeyer as an undeniable focus. To explore each abstract musing from the famous architect is considered a definite direction for many photographers; especially when choosing the central area of the city as the site to extract […]
    2016.10.25Mateus Andrade
  • Spacebound
    Spacebound is a Melbourne-based Australian label and store focused on creating goods of the highest quality. It’s clear to see by browsing their exceptionally curated store that Spacebound strive to support like-minded brands and companies that share the same vision for quality design and production as they do. With a strong focus on apparel sharing […]
  • Jil Sander SS17
    Jil Sander Spring Summer 2017 is a symphony of forms. Pulling the house up from previous underwhelming seasons, Rodolfo Paglialunga delivered one that is refreshing and poignant — fittingly with the rest of Milan Fashion Week. The collection is a medley of pinstripes, black, white and warmer shades splashing on boxy silhouettes. The exaggeration is […]
    2016.10.22Nhat Vo
  • Mathias Dahlgren Edition
    Together with Essen International, we managed to create a modern packaging concept that enhances the feeling of the product. Great standout and a fantastic vision of modern design. These word were said by Mathias Dahlgren; one of the most famous chefs in Sweden, explaining the collaboration between himself, Grand Hôtel Stockholm and retailer Dafra, with the […]
    2016.10.21Jorge San Luis
  • Bendigo House
    Bendigo House is a remarkably unique home located on several acres in Victoria, Australia. Designed by Flack Studio, the interior is thoughtfully designed to be an exciting visual experience. According to Flack: The interior of the long, spacious pavilion-style house has been paid uncompromising attention. Opulent, textural materials, a deep tonal palette and generosity of space create a […]
    2016.10.20Jillian Japka
  • Notre Projet
    Notre Projet (“our project” in French) is a collaboration between a Swedish husband and wife team who express and share the same passion for art and design. Simple things in everyday life such as shadows on a wall, typography or foldings from a napkin, can really inspire us. Through a design process we try to capture […]
  • Oblong Watch
    Recognising the importance of new endeavours and dynamics in the market, Minimalissimo features outstanding Kickstarters for products we believe are worthy of a closer look: Danish brand Bulbul is no stranger to sleek watches, as two previous iterations are already available to the public at large. As the famous Swiss precision is mixed with the […]
    2016.10.18Mateus Andrade
  • MAX.TAN SS17
    Modified and deconstructed shapes, as well as a rebellious attitude, have always played a big role in the design of Singapore based fashion brand MAX.TAN. For Spring/Summer 2017 the design team chose to deconstruct androgyny. Which means that it’s not all about dressing women in men’s clothes or vice versa. Androgyny is more than just […]
    2016.10.17Jana Ahrens
  • Yoko Naito’s Unbeknown
    In September Outside gallery in the little town of North Adams, Massachusetts, hosted Unbeknown, a beautiful solo exhibition of photography by Japanese artist Yoko Naito. Yoko Naito culminated 6 years of work in New York City with the series Unbeknown. The collection of photographs captures the vacant winter shores of the city with a minimalistic […]
  • Caixa Ontinyent Culural Centre
    Located in the emblematic centre of the Spanish town of Ontinyent, Caixa Ontinyent Cultural Centre is the result of extraordinary work by architecture firm Ramón Esteve Estudio. By placing the Cultural Centre in a historic location, revitalising one of the last noble homes on the Main Street, there is a respect of the local heritage and a […]
    2016.10.14Jorge San Luis
  • La Pinada House
    La Pinada House is a renovation project that gives new life to a home that has been occupied by the same family for several generations. Designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, the house is comprised of two main volumes clad in white siding. The uppermost story is shifted on its lower counterpart, forming an asymmetrical cantilever over the front […]
    2016.10.13Jillian Japka
  • MM House
    As you stroll through the gorgeous island of Mallorca, more precisely in the capital, you are faced with steep hills; a fair price to pay for the striking views in reward. As you continue on your path, in the midst of numerous ordinary dwellings, a white geometric sighting catches your attention. A true modern invasion of […]
    2016.10.12Mateus Andrade
  • Flow Lamp
    Andreas Kowalewski’s Flow Lamp, manufactured by Normann Copenhagen, is a veritable nod to considered design. The original idea for the lamp arose out of a series of drawings, exploring the possibilities of a multi-directional table lamp that can be delivered flat-packed. The result is one of considered compartmentalisation and ease of design, to be easily […]
  • Coltrane
    Quiet and understated: that is a description we’ve heard pretty often when it comes to minimalist fashion. But honestly, having a look at the latest Coltrane collection, these words take on a totally new meaning. They are transcended into a feeling of soft and warm effortlessness that is very tempting to dive into and never […]
    2016.10.10Jana Ahrens
  • Simpl Watch
    Minimalism is mostly associated with European, Scandinavian, and Japanese designers. However, many rising brands in other parts of the world are proving to be major stakeholders in evolving and diversifying the field. Southeast Asian countries — notably Singapore and Thailand — have delivered some of the more refined minimal products that are affordable in recent […]
    2016.10.08Nhat Vo
  • Pana Chocolate
    Pana Chocolate is a Melbourne based company that creates raw, vegan cakes and chocolates by hand, using only natural and organic ingredients, and they have The Company You Keep as brand partners, who created a fun and fantastic modular packaging system for their retail outlets, and explained to us: With their products being a wide […]
    2016.10.07Jorge San Luis
  • Villa CD
    Villa CD is a lovely private residence built on the sand dunes of the Belgian seaside. Designed by Office O Architects, this home utilises its challenging site to create a truly unique and gorgeous dwelling. The front of the home appears as a single level rectangular form; it is only in the back that we are revealed […]
    2016.10.06Jillian Japka
  • The Thin Gold Line
    In a bold move to join minimalism with technological innovation, The Thin Gold Line have launched The Cinematic Collection, a project offering 4 classic, archetypal movie-themed posters in homage to Star Wars, The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings and Star Trek. Designed by Audric Dandres from Plus Minus, the posters measure 70x100mm and are the largest hot gold foil […]
  • Anthroposophische Gesellschaft
    A truly distinctive sight to behold in graphic design is when a complex and, normally, text heavy social science is not only granted a beautiful cover, but its content is actually depicted through a visual arrangement. That is the starting point for the explicitly minimalist book ‘Anthroposophische Gesellschaft und Freie Hochschule für Geisteswissenschaft’ by Johannes […]
    2016.10.04Mateus Andrade
  • Objest
    London based lifestyle brand Objest has a mission: create thoughtful, personal design without being too serious about it. The focus on high quality objects with a playful twist is what constitutes their name. Objest’s latest collection of wristwatches demonstrates that it is actually possible to take care of material honesty, simplicity and clarity while keeping […]
    2016.10.03Jana Ahrens
  • Senscommon Cyclist Raincoat
    Senscommon has updated rainwear standards in creating its first product in the form of the Cyclist Raincoat — a breathable, lightweight over-coat fully adapted to cycling motions. An urban lifestyle essential, determined to be a pure minimalist techwear item. State of the art technology melding with a simple utilitarian design, the raincoat is intuitive in use on […]
  • Bündner Kunstmuseum
    June this year saw the opening of the new and incredibly designed building by Barcelona-based studio Barozzi Veiga — a project developed to be an extension of the Villa Planta, which accommodates the Bündner Kunstmuseum, in the Swiss city of Chur. The striking cubic 4,000-square-metres building, an exercise of integration within an urban ensemble, is understood as […]
    2016.09.30Jorge San Luis
  • Cointec Office
    Cointec Office is a workspace for a consultant firm designed by Spanish architecture firm Dot Partners. The office was designed to emphasise spaciousness, with one large room stretching across the entire structure. Select furnishings and carefully placed glass partitions divide the space according to use. The work stations are scattered throughout the large, open rooms, while […]
    2016.09.29Jillian Japka