Shrimp is a minimalist house located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed by UID Architects, that's made up of three, connected volumes.
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A house in Japan that consists of a simple L-shaped design with a covered entrance courtyard in the center.
A beautiful, minimalist natural environment for 40 children in Japan that promotes a happy and comfortable atmosphere.
A well designed, comfortable, high stool that is both easy to manufacturer and cost effective.
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A minimalist house in Tokyo, Japan that's actually a multi-layer row house with additional rooms for rent.
The Bottle Humidifier is a minimalist humidifier that utilizes an ultrasonic nebulizer to create mist.
A minimalist, Montreal house that focuses on a large kitchen as the emphasis of the home.
A wristwatch inspired by the drafting instruments used by draftsmen for creating precise plans and drawings.
A series of cylindrical planters that are a result of a study into how gloss grades affect the user's perception of materials.
Create a hilly landscape on your table with a few of these minimalist vases.
Slender tables made using a technique called "kana-ami" which is used to make intricate wire netting cooking utensils.
An existing 1920's residence gets a contemporary addition that blends perfectly together.
Science Hills was designed and constructed as an homage to the inheritance and spirit of the industrial mecca of Ishikawa, Japan.