Category: Hiperbolic Minimalism

“Minimalism has been influencing aesthetics for a long time, but now it is about the exaggeration of minimalism in form and concept” trendsobserver.com

NDT. Design Brand

«Even though people become more sophisticated each day, there is still a need for authentic and human experiences, and we believe this involves greats moments as parties, dinners or a simple cake baked by grandmother.»   NDT.design was founded twenty-two years ago in a small town…

Tactile Perception by Lisa Merk

«We live in a time where there is a great need for renewal of our burial-traditions and religious values in terms of funerals.»   This concept is a suggestion to change our burial habits, specifically cremation, into a biodegradable system. I wanted to find a…

Brettsofa | plank-couch by Carrothead

«Like its ancestors, the Brettsofa is focused on material and classic joinery, but elaborated in a combination of CNC-milling machines and handwork. It´s in a way a missing piece in this series/style of furniture – the one to comfortably spend your leisure-time on.»   The “Brettsofa”…

CeraMetal collection by Einat Kirschner

«The final design was created with the Japanese “Wabi-Sabi” theory in mind-finding beauty in the imperfect»   The CeraMetal collection was made as my final project for my first degree in Industrial Design at HIT (Holon Institute of Technology). The collection started out as an…

Basso by UTIL

«What is there that makes us disconnect from this overwhelming digital world and allows us to connect and socialize with our friends and family?»   Basso is a mini bar included in the first set of products launched by UTIL last January in Paris. It…

Human Ivory by Lucie Majerus

«”Human Ivory” proposes an egalitarian jewellery collection, where the body is being adorned by it’s own gem, polished from recognizable teeth into an abstract but familiar pearl shape.»   While researching abundant and scarce materials, I was intrigued by the amount of meat industry waste…

Jewellery by Arc Objects

«The pieces are unique in their boldness, in their simplicity, in their abstraction. They push the boundaries of wearable and useable sculpture.»   ARC is a concept, not a product: it is, at its core, a body of work that seeks to encourage mindfulness and…