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Furniture

  • Arauto
    Table, coat rack, chair or even sculpture, what is Arauto? In this singular work, Brazilian designer Pedro Paulø-Venzon invites us to discuss the possible uses for the object, seeking our gaze to define it, with its absence of limitations. As an embodiment of discourse, Arauto — comprised of Nero Marquina marble and steel — still […]
    2016.04.29Jorge San Luis
  • A-Chair
    The clear formal language here reduces sitting to the essence. In dialog with this are the interlocking wood connections: they turn a structural necessity into a unique aesthetic feature and at the same time represent a tour de force of traditional carpentry. A perfect explanation of the outstanding A-Chair; a functional chair that uses the least material […]
    2016.04.22Jorge San Luis
  • 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
  • Zign Shoe Shelf
    Exhibit your shoes like a piece of art. This is the smart concept behind Zign Shelf. The German shoe brand Zign and Danish designer and architect Sigurd Larsen have joined forces to create an innovative shoe shelf, designed to flexibly adjust to modern spaces and shoe shapes. The shelf’s unique design turns the label’s styles […]
  • 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 […]
  • Bulthaup Cooking Table
    When we think of minimalism, we tend to think of it as the outcome of economic reasons; aestheticism can be traded for functionalism. However, when these two opposite polars collide through a creative process, the result is extraordinary. One of such phenomenal products is the Bulthaup Cooking Table by Munich-based design firm Relvãokellermann, in cooperation with […]
    2016.03.12Nhat Vo
  • Signature Kitchen
    One of the most difficult things in design is to reinvent — to deconstruct something that is functionally familiar and giving it a facelift with a more innovative appearance. Modern kitchens nowadays are superimposed with a horizontal image. However, for Belgian architect Glenn Sestig, the new kitchen design for interiors brand Obumex does not have to conform […]
    2016.02.13Nhat Vo
  • 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 […]
  • Cresta
    The minimalist Cresta chair is an excellent design about contrasts: contrast between tradition and modernity, between old and new technologies and between robust and smooth tactility. It is the first shell chair made of solid wood, fabricated with the finger joint technology, connecting a seat and a back in a unique streamlined structure, used for the […]
    2016.01.22Jorge San Luis
  • Avoa
    Finalist in Salão Design 2015, Avoa is an extremely simple, sleek and smart chair designed by the Brazilian Pedro Paulø-Venzon, who caught up with us to explain his design: The motivation for the development of the Avoa Chair is autotelic, the autonomous design discourse. The challenge was to think of an object as a quote, a […]
    2016.01.01Jorge San Luis
  • K1 Chair
    According to Marta Adamczyk, designer and founder of Moskou, the minimalist K1 chair is full of contrasts. From the side you see a slim, linear chair contour but the K1 chair has a solid singular frame that supports the seat and backrest, with the seat placed at a slight angle. The frame is made of powder coated steel […]
  • Kuvaro
    The Kuvaro project was born out of the idea of fusing simplicity, through well studied shapes; strength, through the use of materials; and harmony, ultimately seeking to balance form and function in a clear, sharp statement of minimalism. These are the words of Friedrich Schmidt and Adrian Sabau, the product designers behind Kuvaro, a company […]
    2015.11.20Jorge San Luis
  • Chieut Table
    Minimalism can be routinely associated with abstraction and heaviness, an understandable marque considering the austereness of most works with said label; in contrast, talented designers like Seung Jun Jeong inhabits the other side of the spectrum, with utter lightness and visual trickery as his approach. Undeniable technical precision sets the Chieut Table apart as a […]
    2015.11.17Mateus Andrade
  • Geometric Dining Table
    On the lookout for an eye-catching, minimalist table? Consider the Geometric Dining Table by 5mm.studio from Kraków, Poland. The elegant geometric table is made of solid oak wood and sits on thin, but strong, reversed V-shaped powder coated steel legs. The legs look thin but are incredibly very strong. The countertop is finished with hardwax-oil which […]
  • Border Table
    Renowned Japanese design studio Nendo presented Border Table in a solo show at the EYE OF GYRE gallery in Omotesandō Tokyo during Tokyo Design Week 2015. This beautiful collection suggests a new relationship between space and furniture with a remarkable result. Nendo walked through the gallery and became stimulated by the elements of an interior that are […]
  • REK coffee table
    The REK coffee table by Reinier de Jong can be extended in different directions to adjust to one’s wishes. Slide out the two inner parts to create an extra table surface for your guests or to easily create storage shelves — perfect for books and magazines — underneath.  Built-in stops ensure you will not extend the […]
  • Linea
    Alvaro Diaz Hernandez’s Linea coffee table and magazine rack is a collection that imbues the strength of the line. All pieces are purposely designed to be used as both sculptural and industrially purposeful functional forms. The pieces are made of powder-coated steel members, welded together to create a series of calculated and rigid forms. The interpretation […]
  • Gentle Hint Chair
    Nissa Kinzhalina‘s latest conception, the Gentle Hint Chair, is the epitome of restrained minimalism. The collection is a duo of seating elements that also double as potential table elements. The pieces see the calculated fusion of lines with the physical limits of the material itself. The balancing act between these two is quite beautiful. Made […]
  • Desk 01
    The Desk 01 by Artifox was created with one objective: to inspire and refine your personal workspace. It is inspired by a traditional writing desk, but adapted to fit one’s modern needs. Desk 01, available in solid maple or solid walnut hardwood, has some clever built-in features. Your mobile devices are always within reach thanks […]
  • Offset Chair
    Offset Chair is a minimalist chair designed by Copenhagen-based designers Johansen Faurschou as an evolution of the traditional armrest chair. The studio was established in 2012 by Anita Johansen and Laura Faurschou with ambition to create products with a long-lasting expression through a precise and effortless style. This beautiful chair has a minimalistic upholstery as an […]
  • Carbon Chair
    Carbon fibre is becoming more popular among furniture designers these days. Thomas Feichtner, a Vienna based internationally recognised industrial designer, worked with the material for the first time and created the Carbon Chair as an experiment. The result is a sculptural, black, lounge chair made in a limited edition of just eight pieces. The Carbon […]
  • Twig Chair
    Twig is a beautifully minimalist chair by Japanese designers, Nendo — one of our favourite studios — for Italian furniture brand ALIAS, who specialise in furniture made from aluminium. The idea of the project was to create a chair made of four aluminium twigs and a seat. While the aluminium structure of all of the chairs is the same, five […]
  • Hocker Heinrich
    Hocker Heinrich is a precise, elegant and minimalist stool, hand-made in Berlin and designed by Panatom with Matthias Froböse. The first edition of the stool has been appointed to the permanent collection at Kleist-Museum in Frankfurt (Oder). Its geometry produces an interesting effect on light and shadow, creating a game of shifting perspectives depending on the angle of observation. […]
    2015.07.17Jorge San Luis