Located within the Turks and Caicos Islands resides the stunning residence named Le Cabanon - a French word that can loosely be translated as the cottage or shed - designed by US-based Rick Joy Architects.
This elegantly designed Basket was designed and created by London-based design studio Layer for Fritz Hansen. Benjamin Hubert was the man responsible for this minimalist basket and clearly shows talent in combining both functionality and stunning aesthetics.
Created by Japan-based design studio Tamaki Design Studio, the Rivulet is a minimalist designed chair. The name of the chair originates from the design of how the front legs join the armrest and the back legs join up the backrest like the flow of a rivulet joining together.
Created by Japan-based designer Shinya Oguchi, the Frame is a minimalist shelf. Shinya Oguchi is another designer who has been able to take a piece of furniture like a shelving unit and almost reverse engineer it to create something unique and versatile.
The CS Residence is a minimalist designed home located in Wilrijk, Belgium. This wonderfully detailed yet modest interior was designed by Vincent Van Duysen and features stunning large bay windows that help provide the abundance of natural light that floods the home.
The Williams Burton Leopardi Studio is a lovely example of minimalist interior design. The space is located in Adelaide, Australia and has been designed by none other than Williams Burton Leopardi themselves.
Hug is a minimalist chair created by Sweden-based designer Jens Fager for Edsbyn. A versatile chair with refined and subtle details designed for maximum comfort while maintaining a visually light appearance.
A minimalist residence located in Vila do Conde, Portugal has been designed by Raulino Silva Architect. The House Touguinhó III was originally a planting field with nothing but other than some granite walls, a stone pit and some fruit tree and bushes.
The new kitchen system designed by Copenhagen-based designer Cecilie Manz for Reform. The Degree is a minimalist kitchen based on the simplest of design principles; balance, functionality and hospitality.