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A new series of furniture by Norm Architects and Karimoku.

I have always believed and I still believe, that Japanese and Scandinavian design have the same roots. Simplicity that is and honesty. They never betray the materials they use and their form is as simple as it can gets without being too simple. Hence, the collaboration of Norm Architects with the Japan’s largest wooden furniture manufacturer,…

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Nærvær: The elegance of presence by Norm Architects

Nærvær means “Presence” and Norm Architects did their best to reveal the sense of presence in this wine bar and restaurant in Copenhagen. This project has a strong Scandinavian identity with design gestures that goes gently and carefully.  The atmosphere is casual with small spaces and niches for guests to enjoy. With an interior design…

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Luxurious and minimal in Melbourne.

There will always be a project that can make you feel jealous and the Brighton Concept Home is one of those projects. Designed by Canny, an award-winning Melbourne studio, this house stands out for its confidently minimalist space with careful detailing and thoughtful choice of materials. As you can see for yourselves the  quality of the…

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A renovated house in Sydney that really makes a difference!

Today on the blog is featuring this beautifully  renovated house from Alexander & Co  in Sydney, Australia with a minimal aura. This project really makes a difference, because of all the delicate and gentle designing decisions that take advantage of the existing elements of the house and smoothly incorporate them with the contemporary ones. The…

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An elegant renovation of a Townhouse in Copenhagen.

This incredible project that I stumbled upon the other day is the MD Town house in Holmen, a water-bound neighborhood in Copenhagen. The architect behind this stunning project is Danielle Siggerud, a Norwegian young architect with talent and incredible sensitivity. What really impressed me was that great balance between the old elements of the house, that…

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A minimal apartment in Belgium by TJIP- or for the love of marble.

This small apartment in Belgium is renovated by the Belgium Duo TJIP: Jakob Vyncke and Thomas Meesschaert. The have done an amazing job creating, with confidence, a minimal space deprived from anything unnecessary and impractical. Preserving existing features such as the brick fireplace and exposed timber beams, they introduced  elements like the black steel framing and…

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