Author
Bronwyn Marshall

  • Wave Table
    BE Design’s Wave Table prototype helps manifest a series of clean imagined lines. Measuring 660mm x 380mm x 450mm, this acrylic beauty is inspired as a magazine rack, a table or however the user decides to best utilise its intriguing shape. In the words of the creators mouths themselves, the smooth shape of this piece […]
  • Primary Fluorescents: Cast Edition
    Os & Oos’ Primary Fluorescents: Cast Edition collection combines seemingly contrasting materiality with principal geometric elements. Primary, referring to the series of shapes utilised (circle, square and triangle) and Fluorescent, not from the neon-tubing, but from the fluorescent nature of the gasses that create light. The fusion of linear illuminated components, together with the aluminium […]
  • Line Collection
    A labour of love, the Line Collection timepiece sees a clear dedication of combining honest craftsmanship and meticulously deliberate design. Born from a place of an unidentified need, Glasgow-based Nomad founders Alan and Kelsey saw a want for a non-generic and purposed timepiece offering. Teaming up with celebrated London-based industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson, the vision of the […]
  • Level Lamp
    Permafrost’s Level Lamp sees a beautifully seamless linear light floating effortlessly above its surface. Imagined as a collaborative piece between the industrial designers at Permafrost and furniture designer, Petter Knudsen, this piece was born. Aiming to rethink light both in in terms of functionality and technology, Level Lamp was a project initiated in 2010 as […]
  • No-No Tables
    No-No Tables are the creative meeting of two minimal greats, Norm Architects and Note Design Studio. Inspired by a meeting in Italy, and an old marble floor, these two Scandinavian firms saw potential. The table itself manifests in a number of differing sizes and heights, allowing for collaboration amongst the collection to create vignettes and to allow […]
  • Nello Mirror
    Studio Brichet Ziegler’s Nello Mirror floats on its own. Suspended by rubber rope, two polished stainless steel discs sandwich lacquered wood and encase the reflective mirror surface itself. Requiring a small ceiling hook, this piece is beautifully playful and unique in its installation and interaction with space. The interactive element of movement, and how the […]
  • Luba
    Ionna Vautrin’s Luba reimagines the outdoor bench. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, this piece was born from soft and generous lines whose presence is delicate and discreet. 1400mm in length and 500mm in width, Luba is made from a preformed plastic and was originally launched in 2014. The simplicity of the lines and […]
  • W-O Collection
    W-O’s finite collection sees beautifully minimal curated jewellery come together. The collection comprises a series of earrings, necklaces and bracelets that glisten as understated elements amongst the wearer’s chosen ensemble. The geometries are subtle and yet have their own unique boldness in their forms. From slightly off circular, to linear pieces, the collection is minimal […]
  • Minimalism & Co Parcels
    Minimalism & Co‘s beautifully considered Parcels collection is the ultimate in gift candy. Expertly curated from a self-professed Minimalist herself, Aja Nicole Edmond brings together a very fine assortment. Established as either a membership, or a one-off purchase, the nub of said Parcels is a calculated package of goodies that are both minimal in aesthetic, […]
  • Sakhi Copenhagen
    Sakhi Copenhagen’s organic skincare range is a beautifully housed line, in effortless minimal packaging. Inspired by the Nigella plant and its many associated, and obvious, natural benefits, the range sees remedies at their purest and cleanest points. The package and graphic design is an extension of this philosophy. The eastern tradition is wholesome, authentic and integral […]
  • Earin Wireless Earbuds
    Small but fierce, the Earin Wireless Earbuds are a force you’re going to want to get in the momentum of. Cleverly engineered, from the mobile capsule charging dock, to the adjustable earpiece selections, these earphones are unassuming in their power. The sound is great, powerful and comparable to other market offerings. The engineering is clear; […]
  • One Piece Knife
    Johanna Gauder’s One Piece Knife is industrial design done cleanly and beautifully. Made from one piece of stainless steel, from a sheet, folded to form the handle and knife in one seamless sweep. The flowing form isn’t interrupted by an added handle, which uniquely identifies this piece from other market offerings. As a result of […]
  • Collection V
    Inspired by Typography, Collection V is a fitting and intriguingly minimal offering by Bande des Quatres. When a type design is good, it is not because each individual letter of the alphabet is perfect in form, but because there is a feeling of harmony and unbroken rhythm that runs through the whole design, each letter […]
  • Pin Lamp
    Ichiro Iwasaki for VIBIA sees the Pin lamp available as a counter-activity of form and function. Weighted with a heavy metal disc base, with a streamlined and thin arching line that provides light, Pin plays with contrasts. The collection is available in both floor and table lamp options, and in four colours: black, white, cream […]
  • Orb Door Handle
    The Orb Door Handle combines technology and streamlined detailing, through a push to create a smart object. Conceived by Ukraine-based designer, Michael Samoriz, this piece is integrated into the door system and challenges the classic lever by inviting users to push down on an orbit. The use of lighting into the orbit element allows for use as […]
  • Less and More
    Epitomising minimalism in all its everything, Dieter Rams and his work is a point of reference for many a designer. Less and More is an expertly curated lens on said work. His envious body of work stretches his curious beginnings in craftsmanship, through his studies of architecture and later, to his fascination with industrial design. […]
  • Concrete Paperweight
    Recently discovered design studio, StudioKyss, brings the Paperweight into fresh light. Paperweight is a well-articulated concrete piece that is approximately 58mm in length, 55mm in height and 43mm in width. Available in both a light and dark aggregate concrete finish, this piece is made to formally emulate a miniature staircase. Playful in its form, this […]
  • Fasted Tableware Series
    Studio Dessuant Bone’s Fasted Tableware Series is a direct play on the objects surrounding us and their representation. Designed as part of an exhibition in Milan in 2015 ‘A Stomaco Vuoto’ and curated by DWA Studios, the muse was to create and respond through objects, words and projects on themes of fasting. The series sees […]
  • After 8 Pendant
    The After 8 Pendant by Molto Luce is a slight line of illumination. Literally. The pendant is just over 1200mm in length, 80mm in height and a mere 5mm wide. Its subtle and refined coming together of thin black metal casing and an even more compact light source, are what contributes to its simplicity. Suitable […]
  • Skin Thermos
    Javier Moreno Studio’s Skin Thermos is a beautifully minimal hydration accessory. Conceived in 2010 as a prototype, and later published in 2011, the Skin Thermos is a silicon covered flask for the transportation of liquid. Designed with the subtleties of a curated mind, the piece is intended to have a skin-textured look and feel, imitating […]
  • Contour Side Tables
    Brooklyn-based Bower is the parent of these beautifully muted Contour Side Tables. The collection sees a fusion of pastel type colours in the form of the tinted-glass table-tops contrasted against the crisp with white lacquer-painted table base. The pair is intended as a nesting set of support pieces for a space, where the arrangement and […]
  • Kanban
    Andrea Ponti‘s Kanban side table embodies the cultural contrasts of Hong Kong in a product. This industrial design piece purposely plays with formal expectations of shape, and turns them on itself. Weighted by a concrete and dense base, the table-top is comprised of charcoal coloured steel, which floats above its solid foundation. The idea that […]
  • Tray Collection
    Sydney-based Studio Kyss is a not-so-surprising minimal find. Headed by designer Kenny Yong-soo Son, his Tray Collection is a minimalist’s dream. The collection sees a series of slim line horizontal forms perfectly finished in smooth concrete, with small lipped edges all smoothly finished to a mere height of 8mm. Available in two shades of concrete, […]
  • Lava Trays
    The Citizenry‘s Lava Trays combine the natural and the imposed to create something truly naturally striking. The fusing of volcanic rock, an unexpectedly beautiful material, with the honed craftsmanship of Guadalajara-based design techniques, sees this vision come to life. Hand-carved by a group of five artisans from Tonala, Mexico, these trays are available in two […]