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  • New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute
    The design challenge for BRR was to capture the essence of Antarctica – ‘The Earth’s White Box’ whilst retaining both the integrity of the scientific research and capturing the visual beauty of this majestic continent. The BRR team realised that information on this continent was like an iceberg floating in the ocean. As icebergs reveal […]
    2012-11-21Jorge San Luis
  • Antago
    Antago is a new luminaire series introduced by the Hamburg based manufacturer Viocero. Antago comes in a range of colours. The lamp’s base is made of multiple processed and refined aluminum. The lamp shade is a self-supporting, double-walled structure of matalloid woven fabric. Interestingly, apart from the regular range, Viocero also offers the Antago ID, […]
    2011-04-13Jorge San Luis
  • The Soap Co.
    The Soap Co. have produced these well-packaged soaps with a rigorous and beautifully minimalist design in black and white with an interesting twist. Based in the UK, The Soap Co. is a social enterprise that employs people who are blind or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged. All profits go back into the business so they can create […]
  • THE Soap
    A bar of soap is expectedly a straightforward product, as well as the packaging for such an everyday item. Normally stacked beside a vast wall of options in retail, colour is the preferred device to differentiate itself from saturated designs. Sometimes aiming for the complete opposite is the perfect antidote. Designed by Manabu Mizuno for […]
    2015-11-03Mateus Andrade
  • HiddenHUB
    If HiddenRadio is one our favourite products ever, HiddenHUB is going to be another. It is the amazing new project of HIDDEN, led by industrial designers John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen and Vitor Santa Maria, which is having enormous success on its funding through Kickstarter right now. Wireless high definition audio meets timeless industrial design, is how the designers describe […]
    2015-09-19Jorge San Luis
  • Minimalissimo x Six
    Welcome to the new Minimalissimo. This site redesign sees not only a significant change to our look and feel to compliment our new identity, but also introduces a much improved and simplified browsing experience for our readers. We have introduced a number of beautiful new features, including a slider at the top of the homepage […]
  • Apartment 32
    When electing a certain wall or section of a residence to withhold art pieces one must consider the consequences, as it may overwhelm and dominate visually; or it can drown out in the middle of a sea of other references and colours. Ukraine based bureau 2B.GROUP took advantage of all the benefits a 250sqm apartment […]
    2015-08-18Mateus Andrade
  • Studio AH–HA
    Lisbon–based communication & graphic design Studio AH—HA have been quietly and elegantly making waves since its establishment by Portuguese designers Carolina Cantante and Catarina Carreiras in 2011. Godfathered by French designer Sam Baron, and Benetton’s research centre Fabrica, the duo have been adding their beautifully unique, characterful and simple vision to a very diverse range of projects in a […]
  • Montee Karp Residence
    Unusual geometry and minimalism makes for an incredible pair, especially when applied to renovation projects and updating old structures to contemporary standards. Taking over an existing post-and-beam building, maintaining all the best elements to its advantage and adapting the inner workings to the owners’ lifestyle are Patrick Tighe Architecture’s triumphs for this Malibu based residence. […]
    2015-06-16Mateus Andrade
  • Micro-Apartment Moabit
    Micro-Apartment Moabit is the result of a creative renovation by Berlin-based design studio spamroom. This tiny Berlin apartment was in need of a unique renovation not only because of its small size, but because of its early 1900’s construction. Like many buildings built at the turn of the century, this apartment featured several small and crowded […]
    2015-06-04Jillian Japka
  • Was ist Metaphysik?
    The conflict between what the architect has on his mind and what is actually possible to build will always be a significant factor for pushing the possibilities of new technology and constructions. Fortunately, contemporary professionals can visualize and test their valued creations beforehand with digital tools; sometimes it’s the ideal method to clearly grasp the […]
    2015-05-12Mateus Andrade
  • Narita Airport Terminal 3
    Narita International Airport adds to its roster the exciting and very original Terminal 3. As a joint effort from NIKKEN SEKKEI + Ryohin Keikaku + PARTY, this project unapologetically uses the low budget to its advantage with smart choices regarding the structure, applied materials and even the layout. A great example of heavy-duty minimalism infused […]
    2015-04-28Mateus Andrade