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  • Vipp Bathroom Collection
    As Danish brand Vipp continues its path as trailblazers for quality design, it is obvious to note a clear predilection for constant straightforwardness and utter simplicity throughout their Bathroom Collection. Firmly based on black and white sensibility, the monochromatic variation exudes surprising breadth and sophistication. Interestingly enough, the designers chose to adopt a slight change […]
    2016-03-29Mateus Andrade
  • Nendo Bathroom Collection
    Famed Japanese design studio Nendo and Italian brand Bisazza Bagno gave birth to this beautiful bathroom collection. The line includes a crate-like bathtub, washstand and mirrors that resemble droplets of water, sticks in a stand for a towel drier, diagonally patterned mirrors, stackable containers for plans, rotating storage boxes and an elegant seating piece. Each element is an […]
  • Ebb bathroom series
    British/Irish design collective UsTogether have treated us to the Ebb bathroom series. The white lines and glass sides form a striking, sculptural picture. All elements are made of LG HI-MACS, a natural acrylic stone material, giving the surfaces a high-quality, modern feel. One for my next house…
  • Bruzzoni
    Be proud of your bathroom electronics. Let them be a part of your interior design, and take them with you when you travel. What Nespresso, OBH Nordica and KitchenAid has done for the kitchen, we will do for the bathroom. With this categorical premise, Krister Mossberg, CEO and Founder of electronics startup Bruzzoni, explains how […]
    2016-05-06Jorge San Luis
  • Okinawa House
    After more than thirty years creating outstanding projects, John Pawson continues on his path with plenty of innovation and a strong influence of old-school modernism infused in his architecture. His latest project is no different. Standing proudly at the cliff-top of the island is the fittingly named Okinawa House, a fascinating 414sqm retreat designed for […]
    2016-03-22Mateus Andrade
  • Casa V
    Abraham Cota Paredes has completed the lovely Casa V in Jalisco, Mexico. The home design aims to create serenity and a connection with nature in a site that is surrounded by urbanity. The main feature of Casa V is a central patio, complete with tree and reflecting pool. The courtyard physically and visually unites the various areas of the […]
    2016-01-28Jillian Japka
  • Q1 Apartment
    To manipulate a spacious apartment is becoming true luxury; as well as the chance to employ custom-made interior design, which is becoming a rarity in this day and age of ready-made furnishings. MODOM Architects had the chance to not only play with a larger than usual apartment, but to confirm a strong predilection towards minimalism […]
    2016-01-26Mateus Andrade
  • Andrzej Chomski
    To customise a nimble minimalist apartment and retain a strong aesthetic is quite the achievement, especially when you consider the sacrifices the homeowner must undergo to fit all aspects of a complete daily life into a small space. To tackle such a feat, in comes Poland-based architect Andrzej Chomski, with a strong ability to simplify […]
    2015-12-15Mateus Andrade
  • PACO
    PACO is a 3m x 3m x 3m cube with a roof that floats open. Designed by Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects, PACO is a conceptual design aimed at modelling a new minimalist lifestyle. The structure may be tiny, but it was thoughtfully designed as a fully functional living space. The tiny home does not allow […]
    2015-10-22Jillian Japka
  • 4.1.4 House
    4.1.4 House was designed by multidisciplinary studio AS/D. Located in Jurica, Mexico, this weekend house takes a unique approach to the traditional holiday retreat. The functions of the house are divided into four separate volumes. Three of the volumes contain bedrooms and bathrooms for different generations of a large family. The living and dining spaces are located […]
    2015-09-10Jillian Japka
  • White Attic
    Situated in the picturesque city center of Lisbon, White Attic is designed by two Portuguese architects, Diogo Passarinho and Duarte Caldas for a young family. This beautiful two story space is conceived as a sleeping area and a workplace for the fashion blogger More is Better. The new ceiling exposes the existing wooden beam structure […]
  • Concrete Cabin
    Hiking on the Swiss Alps, slowly making your way up, crossing small rivers and dodging persistent trees that get in your way, you finally arrive at a Classic log cabin for a much-deserved rest. Something unusual pulls your attention on the final approach though. Without a doubt, it is all made in concrete, irrefutable grey […]
    2015-07-21Mateus Andrade
  • Villa Kogelhof
    Unambiguous visual contrast with the surrounding landscape and a great concern for self-sufficiency are the main draws for Villa Kogelhof; the prize-winning piece from Paul de Ruiter Architects, a Netherlands based firm. A true case study on how to reconcile appropriate indulgence and sustainability, while achieving such feat relying solely on two minimalist volumes. In […]
    2015-06-23Mateus Andrade
  • 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
  • In Suspension
    Minimalism, one can argue, heightens one’s experience of the details and the surroundings. Not only that, it also creates the notion of multi-functionality of an object or a space. A perfect example is a minimal home in Montréal, Canada called In Suspension by Naturehumaine. The house, with a rather open floor plan, provides a double-height […]
    2015-05-30Nhat Vo
  • Casa Sardinera
    Spain-based architect Ramón Esteve designed a world-class residence with a privileged high view of the turquoise Mediterranean below; the scale of this project goes beyond 1,200 sqm, nevertheless it manages to nail a challenging combination of extravagance and minimalism impeccably. The outer façade facing the street is quite private and does not give anything away […]
    2015-05-05Mateus Andrade
  • Spectral Apartment
    Parisian architects duo Betillon/Dorval-Bory took on the renovation of a 20 sqm apartment with an unyielding minimalist grip. The white color feels fresh and does a marvelous job infusing amplitude to a narrow space, whilst not losing sight of a bold conceptual statement. It’s all about two simple light installations calling the shots. It is […]
    2015-04-21Mateus Andrade
  • Nivis
    Shiro Studio is a London based design practice established by Andrea Morgante, committed to the creation of unique architecture and objects. Shiro means ‘white’ in Japanese, but here it implies a philosophical translation where white is perceived as the purest creative approach. An approach which has seen the design of the award winning Nivis — […]
  • Felt & Stand by Norm
    Milan Design Week is an interesting stage for cutting-edge innovations by newcomers, as well as a place for veterans to showcase their expectedly praise-worthy material. Although the press excitement is often directed for explicit solution-seeking projects; that would be ill-advised, because there is much to celebrate in new twists of traditional objects. Norm Architects unveils […]
    2015-04-14Mateus Andrade
  • Bolton Residence
    The small and secluded Bolton Residence is located in Eastern Quebec. Designed by the Canadian based firm Naturehumaine, this elegant home focuses on nature and simplicity. The structural form takes its shape from the traditional barns in the region, yet this vernacular is interpreted in a distinctly modern way. Two large rectangles, positioned one on top of the other, […]
    2015-03-12Jillian Japka
  • Prazeres
    Prazeres, or Pleasures, rests on an unassuming street in the Alcântara district of Portugal. From the exterior, this home looks very similar to its traditionally designed neighbors. On the interior, however, José Adrião Arquitectos transformed the home into a bright and airy paradise. For many years this building was allowed to fall into disrepair. When renovations began its […]
    2015-03-05Jillian Japka
  • House in Berlin
    It’s only natural to encounter visual variations of what can be considered a minimalist project. Loft Kolasinski, a Polish interior design firm, rebuilt and furnished a Berlin House showcasing local flavours and remixing restored pieces. Each room presents a particular dynamic and, in this case, the minimalism isn’t about absence, it’s about fundamental elements for […]
    2015-02-08Mateus Andrade
  • The Vipp Shelter
    A Wallpaper* Design Award 2015 winner for Best Brand Extension, the Vipp Shelter is a minimalist prefabricated house designed by Danish design company Vipp. This monochromatic 55m2 structure is designed to be placed in the natural setting of your choice. Furniture, appliances, lighting, tableware and towels have already been picked out and will be waiting for […]