Minimalist tables that require half machined precision and half human control to form their structure.
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Wooden chairs with surfaces that mix different patterns by printing wood grain onto the chair with an already distinctive grain.
A nursery in Japan with a minimalist interior that that brings lots of daylight to the kids that attend.
Solo is a wooden, minimalist chair that is both unique and cost-effective.
A cart that acts as an extension of the kitchen and shuttles everything you need to serve guests.
A traditional landmark building gets a modern renovation that includes a minimalist residence.
A freestanding sculpture or occasional table whose name is Buddy.
A minimalist residence with a facade that features a sleek concrete structure outfitted with glass fixtures.
Desktop trays that are a playful reinterpretation of conventional trays by completely removing the bottom surface.
A minimalist lounge chair with a vintage-like design that also encompasses a playful and contemporary aesthetic.
This monolith structure houses a minimalist restaurant and residence in Fukuoka, Japan.
Tsumugi is a simple storage solution for cluttered workspaces that's like a filing cabinet for your office accessories.
A house in Tokyo with a white and wood interior has an understated exterior focused on privacy.
Another fantastic Aesop store design, this time in Japan, designed by Torafu Architects.