TRUNK stool flaunts its minimalism and high price tag

The fusion of minimalism and vibrancy – this in a nutshell describes the TRUNK stool. Designed by Polish company MALAFOR, each stool is crafted from a cylindrical block of oak wood which is tightly wrapped in a mirror-polished steel sheet with variant hues. This clean physical combination of wood and …

‘Capitán’ stool exhibits minimalism via its functional design

Minimalism meets classiness – this in a nutshell defines the essence of the pictured stool by architect Maurice Padovani. Christened as the ‘Capitán’, this furniture item was a part of the renovation of the famous ‘Al Dente’ restaurant’s branch in Marseilles. Form wise, the stool exhibits an ‘avant garde’ design that …

Segundo Objeto cup by Jorge Diego Etienne

Minimalist Segundo Objeto cup is inspired from Japanese lacquered designs

It is not often that we come across crockery items inspired by the simplicity yet elegance of vernacular styles. In this regard, the Segundo Objeto (or the Second Object) cup crafted by Mexican designer Jorge Diego Etienne alludes to that ‘laid back’, sylvan reverie where comfort equates to the simple life. The minimal, wooden nature of the …

MIKADO Fireplace By VanJoost

Mikado: A fireplace with portability features by VanJoost

Minimalism is not only about the artistic essence of designs, but it also alludes to a more efficient utilization of materials for crafting the design. This is aptly proven by the minimalist brazier conception of the ‘Mikado’, by eminent Dutch designer Joost van Veldhuizen (and founder of Van Joost studio). Comprising of a bundle …