Articles tagged Minimalism


How this hotel helps forge relationships between its visitors and the locale

Kanazawa, Japan – For The Share Hotels, Yusuke Seki used craft and context to create the Kumu Kanazawa, an environment as austere as a monk's cell and as beautiful as a Japanese tea …


This yogurt drink café in Beijing wants to help visitors escape from the bustling city

Beijing – The Interstices LePur Yogurt Café is a minimalist space that tends to visitors looking for quiet time in the Chinese metropolis.


A minimalist KE pergola adds outdoor seating to Casa Casuarina's restaurant

Miami Beach, Florida – With its eminently versatile Gennius Isola 2 pergola, the Italian brand adds 100 terrace seats to a restaurant set in an opulent Mediterranean Revival garden.


In South Bohemia, Atelier 111 challenges traditional suburban typology

Litvínovice, Czech Republic – A Czech family house in a small village imports minimalism in response to aesthetic oversaturation and housing needs.


Here’s the increasingly popular alternative to design museums – and even Airbnb

Utrecht – The founder of the Iconic Houses Network explains why these homes are such a treat for design fans – and what the masterpieces of the future could be.


Lies Mertens and its message of minimalism

ANTWERP, Belgium – Atelier Bontekoe van Put designs accessory brand Lies Mertens’s store with aesthetics to match its brand ethics.


Seating to match the world’s favourite notebook

MILAN – In the brand-new Moleskine Café, effortlessly varied yet uncluttered furniture by Pedrali complements the world’s favourite notebook.

Villa X by Barcode Architects. Photo by Christian van der Kooy

Villa X by Barcode Architects marks the spot

BRABANT – Barcode Architects brings simplicity, material quality, and a contemporary appearance to a villa in Brabant, the Netherlands.

House in Muraz by Savioz Fabrizzi. Photo thomas jantscher

Savioz Fabrizzi transforms a Swiss barn into a semi-detached house

MURAZ – The architects maintained the original layout of masonry and woodwork but synthesized it and clarified its relationship in a minimal architectural language.

House in Ohue by Daisuke Hanamoto. Photo Kenji Masunaga

Daisaku Hanamoto’s house mingles with its surroundings

KURE – Mindful of its place amongst the vernacular, the house easily blends into the residential neighbourhood.

House Ship by ANA Architecten. Photo Luuk Kramer

ANA Architecten convinces a boat to become a house

AMSTERDAM – ANA Architecten appropriated a Belgian cargo boat and created an idyllic family boathouse.

Cottage in Fontanars by Ramon Esteve. Photo Mariela Apollonio

Ramon Esteve blends concrete and pine within a Spanish landscape

FONTANARS – When approaching the new building designed by Ramon Esteve, the first word to pop into the mind has to be ‘archetypal’.

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