A series of minimalist designs that engage the user with interaction instead of having it be a mindless task.
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A minimalist, contemporary home in Winchester, England that was once an antiquated building.
This clock will display the time in any time zone in the world with a simple gesture.
A table with a subtle edge detail that makes the design all the more special.
A minimalist wooden chair that was inspired by stacked beam structures used in many cultures.
A series of modular tabletop elements that can form various minimalist landscapes.
A beach house that balances an expansive art collection with a tranquil and monochromatic color palette.
Peak is a leather cover for MacBooks that also serves as a small stand for the laptop for added user comfort.
A free-standing, solid metal bookshelf with a sculptural presence and a a sensible purpose.
A beer foamer that creates the perfect foam to add to your beer helping to increase the taste and aroma.
A minimalist, streamlined design to cover your Galaxy S5 within a Pantone colored case.
Minimalist furniture that feature holes on the fronts that let you create rope designs that act as handles.
A zig-zagged, minimalist home made up of two intertwined units to fit a small lot in Montreal.
Minimalist tables that require half machined precision and half human control to form their structure.