Posts Tagged: "Minimalist design"

Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism


Do you ever think about happiness in terms of possessions? In the consumer society, it is difficult to get rid of the unnecessary items when it’s hard to even tell what you need and what you don’t. Fumio Sasaki decided to show us the good sides of minimalism in his book called Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism. The author …

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Aluminum House | By Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

After featuring two magnificent houses by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, a cliff house in Spain and House Balint, a minimalistic paradise, we have one more that caught our attention. Aluminum House is located in Madrid, tucked amongst gardens and tall trees. Minimalistic in its structure, this house is covered in highly reflective aluminum. Aluminum House features stone slabs and a …

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TUVE Boutique Hotel | By Design Systems

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The city of Hong Kong definitely has a lot to offer. Even though it seems that all the new and modern buildings and hotels tend to be sparkly and colorful, the TUVE Boutique Hotel offers exactly the opposite. It’s a brand new hotel with only 66 rooms and it was completed in 2015 by Design …

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Architects, illustrators and designers know all too well the troubles caused by pens made from cheap materials because they end up having a rather limited shelf life. This is precisely why design and art studio CW&T decided to create a pen which will last so long even your grandchildren will be able to use it. …

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