A boutique fragrance house opens its first retail space to house all of its modern and unisex perfumes.
We take a look back at the top Skim Milk posts from 2016 that cover the best minimalist design.
Our Design Store(y) column takes a look at design-focused shops around the globe and we revisit those stores we focused on in 2016.
Masquespacio, known for their delightfully eccentric interiors and branding, has designed a new lifestyle shop in Valencia, Spain.
Herman Miller has taken a step in a new direction - they've opened a flagship retail store in New York City.
This shoppable living room in New York's West Village is like stepping into a globe-trotting friend's home.
A minimalist juice shop located on a busy corner in Amsterdam.
Southern California architecture and design firm reimagine the U-shaped Japanese dining counter as a modern communal experience.
Lee Broom continues making his mark in the furniture and lighting industry with the opening of his first permanent showroom in NYC.
A brand inspired by the founder's trip to the Amalfi Coast launches its first hotel on the Pacific coast.
A Norwegian agency gets a city-inspired space for their new offices in Poland.
SIDES CORE designed a hair salon in Osaka, Japan that uses raw materials to create a minimalist effect.
A building in Japan maintains the exterior facade while constructing reinforcements in order to retrofit the space to resist earthquakes.
A minimalist hair salon in Düsseldorf with a modern, tranquil feel.
Shade Burger opens with a modern industrial vibe and delicious burgers on the menu.
Studio-Tag recently opened as an interactive showroom in NYC that's unlike any other.