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12 minimalist designs that give us something contemplate

12 minimalist designs that give us something contemplate

Not much to see here (but plenty to think, feel, hear and smell).

The Fresh Form Of Bellaire

The Fresh Form Of Bellaire

Low in profile, minimalist in aesthetic, modular in form, deep in comfort; Bellaire by King Living is everything you desire in a modern sofa, and more.

Retail with a difference by David Chipperfield

Retail with a difference by David Chipperfield

Retail is one area that has to constantly be innovating in the digital age. Through design, Ssense by David Chipperfield pushes forward with a new era of physical retail and e-commerce.

Minimalist retail by Adam Kane Architects

Minimalist retail by Adam Kane Architects

Adam Kane Architects brings its signature minimalist aesthetics to a retail environment, creating an elegant space for brides to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Casing the Joint: The Casing Boutique by Adele McNab Architecture

Casing the Joint: The Casing Boutique by Adele McNab Architecture

Adele McNab has designed a warm, open and inviting workplace with a focus on people and sustainability.

Low-tech K Pop minimalism: Ban Ban by Genesin

Low-tech K Pop minimalism: Ban Ban by Genesin

Ban Ban’s interior by Genesin Studio is a low-tech K Pop minimalism treat for the eyes in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD.

How Ortho became a modern tapware icon

How Ortho became a modern tapware icon

When Phoenix Tapware launched the Ortho range, the industry saw a rare combination of tradition, extraordinary design and optimum functionality coming together. In short, this was a launch of a modern icon

5 minutes with DKO’s Head of Interiors Sydney on Minimalism

5 minutes with DKO’s Head of Interiors Sydney on Minimalism

Newly crowned as Head of Interiors Sydney at DKO, Laura Saunders took some time to talk minimalism and deceptive simplicity with Indesign.

Where to for Design Thinking in 2018?

Where to for Design Thinking in 2018?

With the New Year well and truly upon us, we’ve put together the top 5 ways we want to see design thinking evolve in the coming 12 months.

Nendo’s Extreme Minimalism: Another Sky

Nendo’s Extreme Minimalism: Another Sky

Japanese design studio Nendo has tried its hand at a television set, bringing its renowned minimalist aesthetic to the project.

Avoiding Kitsch: Why Contemporary Minimalism Isn’t Done … YET

Avoiding Kitsch: Why Contemporary Minimalism Isn’t Done … YET

Minimalism is back with a vengeance. Less might be more, but sometimes less is just less. Has the minimalist crusade taken a detour?

A Hotel for the Modern Minimalist

A Hotel for the Modern Minimalist

The facade of the new Hotel Mono in Singapore’s Chinatown precinct features a striking black and white palette that continues internally to create bold statements.

Rebranding Lloyd’s Inn

Rebranding Lloyd’s Inn

Luxury boutique hotel Lloyd’s Inn, in Singapore near the bustling Orchard Road, has had a re-branding. Part of that meant a re-vamp of the entire design. Multidisciplinary practice FARM has taken a no-frills, minimalist approach, capturing the hotel’s holistic mission. Olha Romaniuk has the story.