Minimalist furniture found around the world.
Silver Root is a minimal sculptural object created by Copenhagen-based designer Caia Leifsdotter. Her creative approach never fails to take the historical and architectural framework into consideration, but Caisa’s speciality is creating balanced spaces through high contrast — juxtaposing traditional interiors with contemporary flair, or vice versa. The piece can be used standalone or as a base for marble top.
Sculptural Minimalism is a design approach by Kristina Dam Studio that was exhibited during 3daysofdesign. The clean, honest, and contemporary designs epitomize Kristina Dam Studio – conceptualized in their anniversary piece: The Frame Sculpture. The interplay between light and shadow, graphic shapes and interior functions frames Sculptural Minimalism for private and public spaces.
The Bauhaus Table is a minimal table created by Copenhagen-based designer Kim Lenschow. The Bauhaus table is part of an ongoing experimentation into the intrinsic and symbolic values of the materials we encounter on a day to day basis. The rough and simple assembly method, loaning from roof construction, showcases all material layers and actions of putting the table together.
Tearoom Collection is a minimal furniture collection created by Stockholm-based designer Nick Ross for Menu. The Tearoom Collection is a study in minimalist luxury, offering indulgent retreats and mood-lifting comfort for a multitude of settings. Luxurious to sit in and beautiful to look at, the Tearoom Side Chair with a return swivel base is the latest of two new additions that bring added beauty and functional to a space.
Pembroke is a minimal side table created by France-based designer Guillaume Delvigne for TOOLSGALERIE. The piece is sanded and stained in solid wood available in either solid oak, natural, black, or walnut. Limited to 50 pieces, two curved legs form a base, creating a semi-hollow structure with illusory depth.
Frecuencia is a minimal collection of furniture created by Mexico City-based designer Héctor Esrawe for MASA Gallery’s exhibition “Intervention /Intersection” curated by Su Wu. The collection reflects on the history of intellectual and creative porosity between Mexico and elsewhere.
Fernwood Table is a minimal dining table created by Vancouver-based designer Nathan Martell. Fernwood is a solid wood dining table, originally designed for my home in its namesake neighborhood. Produced in local ash wood, the table finds its identity through its curious leg detail. To form the legs, two ash planks are shaped and chamfered along each edge and then laminated with a slight stagger on one end.
This is Björk is a minimal collection of pieces designed by Jule Milz, presented at New Contemporary for Stockholm Creative Edition. The 2022 exhibition New Contemporary supports and celebrates new generations of designers. Initiated by Stockholm Creative Edition, in collaboration with Svensk Form and Beckmans College of Design, this open call exhibition features designers who graduated from Swedish design schools in the past five years.
Edge Table is a minimal table created by Copenhagen-based designer Anders Astrup Andersen for Esaila. Edge table is a contemporary side table that with its voluminous minimalistic shape, has international appeal and a wide audience. The table is designed with the mindset of creating good honest products that should blend in with people’s everyday lives. Subtle, while maintaining character and identity.
Kontra is a minimal shelving system created by Sweden-based designer Karl-Johan Hjerling for Snickeriet. Kontra acts as a depiction of the forces at play in a cantilever construction. The piece gives off a modest first impression but unveils its complexity as its architecture becomes apparent.
Dag Daybed is a minimal daybed designed by Teresa Lundmark and Gustav Winsth for Gärsnäs. Dag is a piece of furniture created for casual seating in both private and social environments. To separate Dag from the glorified benches modern daybeds have become, we used comfort as our keyword throughout the entire project.
Kyoto Lounge Chair is a minimal lounge chair created by Los Angeles-based brand House of Léon. The introduction of the Kyoto collection is a welcome addition to their foundational, Ojai Collection. Designed to please, rather than impress, the Kyoto collection applies the interior style known as “Japandi” to unify Japanese minimalism with Scandinavian functionality and comfort.
Low Collection is a minimal series of furniture designed by London-based architect Benni Allan for Béton Brut. These minimalist ‘sculptures’ echo sensual forms and suggest places to re st and interact. Playing with scale and stature, Allan arrives at a new ‘floor culture’ or ‘Zazen’ for modern living.
S1 CHAPTER is a minimal workstation created by Berlin-based designer Sebastian Schönheit for LOEHR. CHAPTER expands the collection with a piece of furniture that is as striking as it is original, and marks, figuratively speaking, a new chapter at LOEHR. As the fruit of the first collaboration with an independent author, CHAPTER underlines the Label’s position as a growing collaborative platform.
Chair in Oak Finish is a minimal chair designed by Lisbon-based studio HAOS presented at Love House as part of the ‘Works of Sobriety’ exhibition. With its fourth collection, Studio HAOS expressed its belief in grounded elegance through eight simple forms meant to convey emotion in the most elemental way possible.
Blur Table is a minimal table created by Berlin-based designer Hayo Gebauer. Blur Table conceals its construction by utilizing a frosted glass top. The base is composed of round and square profiles cleverly interlocked with each other. The table is constructed of beech wood, aluminum, and glass.
Flange is a minimal stool designed by Berlin and Milan-based studio Lotto. Flange is a mono-material stool made from sand cast aluminum. Commonly used to produce large scale industrial products or sculptures, sand casting creates a unique rough surface texture. By emphasizing this texture the method of production is still apparent in the final product.
Trilit is a minimal stool created by Sweden-based designer Karl-Johan Hjerling for Snickeriet. Trilit is a vivacious exaggeration of a simple wood joint, naively distorting a rational solution into a complex craft. The bulging contours make the piece seem upholstered or inflated and give a playful impression that encourages interaction.
Flow Coffee Table is a minimal coffee table designed by Istanbul-based studio Kita Living. The triangular Flow Coffee Table Large with rounded edges contours its form by curved three legs. The sculptural skeleton with the interlocking linear laths joins into the legs to create a well-proportioned base for the table top.
NEUT is a minimal stool created by Los Angeles-based designer David Hwang. NEUT explores its simplicity and playfulness through its form, with visually minimal and crisp lines and dramatically changing attitude with each flip. It effortlessly becomes a stool, shelf, or side table depending on its orientation. A slight angle provides visual support and a lifted space to place items like books or a bag while also allowing it to be easily stacked and elegantly combined.
№8 is a minimal planter created by Japan-based practice Koichi Futatsumata Studio for E&Y. Futatsumata is based in Fukuoka and Tokyo working internationally with variety of works including architectures, interiors, furnitures and products. The project is an object that has a mathematical form and is a device for setting plants. The piece is limited edition to only five pieces, and constructed entirely of stainless steel.
Flywater is a minimal occasional table Vancouver-based designer Calen Knauf. The Flywater was produced for the exhibit Slanted Enchanted at Erin Stump Projects in Toronto Canada. The Table comes from two observations. The first was a fly stuck in the water-covered surface of a piece of art at Alice Liechtenstein’s castle.
Lithic Chair is a minimal chair created by Toronto-based designer Maha Alavi. Lithic Chair interprets space in a way that prioritizes a sense of playfulness and curiosity. The dramatic use of solid wood is framed by its statuesque low profile, capitalizing on the relationship between negative and positive space.