• Glint Side Table
    Designed by Michael Raymond, a British furniture and lighting designer based in London, the Glint side table is a truly unique and elegant piece of geometrically inspired furniture with a striking mirrored metallic surface. The Glint side table is the first piece to be released from Raymond’s debut collection also titled, Glint. As an avid […]
  • Jil Sander Berlin Flagship
    The fashion brand Jil Sander has a new flagship store located in Berlin. Designed by Milan-based firm Andrea Tognon Architecture, the store highlights the brand’s high-end offerings in a lovely, minimal setting. The space is designed with clean lines and polished materials. Simple geometric shapes define various spaces in the store, while a palette of marble, […]
    2016.12.08Jillian Japka
  • Pyla
    Pyla’s Autumn Winter 2016 Collection is a curation of classic lines and primary shapes. The materiality of the line of necklaces is based on a purposed ability of the wearer and owner’s own interpretation of their own style. The adornment acts as that, to adorn; not to over empower. Designed with a duration in mind, a […]
  • FH1 House
    An interesting feature to take note on FH1 House by Russia-based architects KDVA is the absolute straightforwardness of its building, and how it could be applied to various locations. Unlike the bespoke trend to adjust to the local setting, this particular dwelling dares to propose a pre-fab allusion tailored for any kind of horizontal surface. […]
    2016.12.06Mateus Andrade
  • Round Bottom Bag
    In minimalist design, accessory is not only seen as fashion but quite often also primarily perceived as an object surrounded by space. A beautiful example in this context is the Round Bottom Bag, designed by Tokyo-based studio id inc. for ke shi ki. It was created not only considering its look while being worn but […]
    2016.12.05Jana Ahrens
  • Wireless TMA-2 Headphones
    The desire for customisation grows as time passes; today, it can be seen as a contributor to particular individualities. This notion grants not only unique identities, but also efficient functionalities. Often, customisation means modularity when it comes to design. Using this duality, Copenhagen-based audio company AIAIAI envisioned their TMA-2 Headphone System, which relies on individual […]
    2016.12.03Nhat Vo
  • One of Those
    One of Those is an Italian perfume brand with the slogan is tracks for humans, and features a fantastic minimalist packaging design — a hermetic polystyrene shell that has to be broken by the user to reach the bottle. Easy, simple and original, this concept really makes an important difference compared to other brand packaging. Inside, a cylindrical and […]
    2016.12.02Jorge San Luis
  • 058 Villa
    Look closely or you might miss this sly residence by Christ & Gantenbein. Mirror cladding wraps the façade at 058 Villa, allowing the home to stay hidden while in plain site. As with many dwellings in dense urban centres, 058 Villa was designed around the need for privacy. The mirror cladding reflects the house’s surroundings back to […]
    2016.12.01Jillian Japka
  • Rolled Chair
    The Rolled Chair by Jonathan Nesci, debuting this week at Patrick Parrish Gallery at Design Miami, is an exercise in process of only three main components. Every element of the chair — body, backrest and seat — are made of aluminium sheet, which is cut flat, mechanically rolled into shape and continuously welded to what appears […]
  • Kinfolk Gallery
    To create a comprehensive representation of a brand is a tricky ordeal, as it’s impossible to ignore the past accomplishments and identity that was laid out, but then it is important not to undermine the potential for evolution. As Kinfolk decided to reinvent their Copenhagen HQ, who better than Scandinavian design ambassadors Norm Architects. The […]
    2016.11.29Mateus Andrade
  • Sartorial Monk
    There are rare moments in writing about fashion when you want to use as few words as possible because the images and the style — in this case even the name of the brand — speak for themselves. Sartorial Monk is a project that’s only in its second collection, conceived by Italian designer and tailor […]
    2016.11.28Jana Ahrens
  • Lee West Objects
    Lee West Objects is a beautiful collaboration between British designer Lee West and the Carl Auböck workshop in Vienna, producing handmade luxury homewares. Created in harmony with the materials and techniques of the workshop, each object yields a distinct handcrafted result. The contemporary collection is produced in very small quantities to ensure high attention to […]
  • FreakishWatch
    Designed by Florence-based Sabrina Fossi Design, a studio focused on handcrafted homeware items, FreakishWatch is a stylish and lightweight watch with a very original design that the studio spoke to us about: The original idea was based on a simple principle: making an analogue clock which was as easy to read as a digital clock. Just […]
    2016.11.25Jorge San Luis
  • Lighthouse Residence
    Lighthouse Residence is an elegant family home located in South Korea. The home is designed by Leeslist, an architecture studio also based out of South Korea. The dwelling is located on its own plot, but the area is expected to grow and become crowded with houses in the near future. With this in mind, the architects […]
    2016.11.24Jillian Japka
  • Nero Triangle Clutch
    Minima’s Nero Triangle Clutch is a genuine object of envy. The origami-like arrangement of beautifully folded Italian vegetable tanned pieces of leather, is expertly conceived and executed. Purposed to age gracefully and develop a patina, adding a uniqueness, the clutch is handcrafted and an overt labour of craftsmanship and love. Available in three varying leather […]
  • House in Kaijin
    Located in Funabashi, on the Chiba prefecture at the east of Tokyo, stands an unabashed contemporary dwelling designed by Fuse Atelier. The celebrated practice was commissioned to creatively make the best of the 70m2 base for a three-storey high programme; for that reason House in Kaijin sports a dexterous and dynamic design throughout, with an […]
    2016.11.22Mateus Andrade
  • Studio August
    One more time, let’s turn our eyes eastward for linear, profoundly minimalist fashion design with character. Äli Kargoja left her home country to first gain experience at the atelier of Nicolas Andreas Taralis in Paris, and later at Maison Martin Margiela in New York. After this process of learning, she returned home to Estonia to […]
    2016.11.21Jana Ahrens
  • less
    Less here is not an adjective, but a brand’s name that delivers organic products for hair and skin. Based in Germany, less® aims to eliminate extraneous elements that go in daily care products in order to produce only the bare necessities for regular routines. We can then clearly see why they are able to confidently […]
    2016.11.19Nhat Vo
  • Fuxing Plaza
    We wanted to try to make the mall not to look like a mall. Instead we were hoping for a home to individual stores, restaurants and bars that are presented in a setting that supports their individuality rather than collective. Our aim is: Shopping S-Mall instead of Shopping Mall. This is how AIM Architecture explain […]
    2016.11.18Jorge San Luis
  • House in Alcobaça
    This stunning build is the result of a renovation project of an existing, traditional home in Alcobaça, Portugal. Designed by minimalist favourite Aires Mateus, this dwelling looks forward with a modern edition, while at the same time respecting the original home that came before. One of the main features of this dwelling is the white […]
    2016.11.17Jillian Japka
  • Cádiz by Everlane
    Everlane, the San Francisco-based apparel brand known for their radical transparency, have recently launched their first everyday crossbody bag along with a stunning revamp of their leather goods section, called Cádiz Shop. Comprised of a selection of wallets, pouches, and bags, the pieces are luxuriously detailed and meticulously handcrafted in Cádiz, Spain — a collection of small leather goods […]
  • Museum of Islamic Art
    The Museum of Islamic Art made headlines when launched back in 2008, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei. The edifice is a flawless blend of traditional Islamic aesthetics with the strong dynamism of its towers and high domed atrium. It is an iconic part of Doha, especially when taking into account the custom-built island […]
    2016.11.15Mateus Andrade
  • Attributes Bracelets
    It’s that time of year again: December is approaching, the days are getting shorter and most of us are already thinking about the best Christmas gifts for our loved ones. Many of you are probably thinking about getting something of high quality, a pure and timeless design, created by true craftsmen. The bracelets by Attributes might be […]
    2016.11.14Jana Ahrens
  • Kamitemma Taikodai Branding
    Yuta Takahashi is an art director and designer based in Japan. He recently carried out the visual design for a traditional festival in Shikoku where a crowd of over 100 people carry a gold ornamented taikodai weighing around 2 tons through the streets of the town. 2016 marked a special year for the ceremony as for […]