Minimalissimo Selection: Architecture
Traditionally, an absence of colour and limited use of materials were used to showcase architectural integrity. Today, minimalist structures interpret these principles differently: minimalism is less about colour or material and more about the intention of the design. Architecture is as varied as the designers, locations, and inhabitants. Minimalissimo Selection is a visual exploration of built environments within the spectrum of minimalism. This book will take you through an assortment of impeccable projects from outside-in, showcasing many styles, sizes, materials, and details.
You should consider buying this book if you appreciate the craft that goes into book-making, if you appreciate minimal architecture, and if you are occasionally seeking design inspiration regardless of your field of expertise.
Home & Living - Interior Design
The New Mindful Home: And how to make it yours
Make your home more mindful and discover a more considered way to decorate with this beautifully presented guide by acclaimed interior stylist, Joanna Thornhill. We often think of mindfulness in relation to meditation, but our homes and interior design can play a big part in our emotional well-being. The New Mindful Home demystifies the links […]225 SEK
Minimalissimo is a magazine that celebrates the best of minimalism in design from the past and present. We curate exciting, original and engaging work from both established names and talented newcomers. We aim to deliver to our readers a diverse understanding of minimalism, touching on many areas, including art, architecture, fashion, graphic, package, and industrial […]195 SEK
Architecture - Interior Design
The New Mediterranean: Homes and Interiors under the Southern Sun
A modernist take on Mediterranean aesthetics, this new movement in interior design embraces sumptuous minimalism through warm, earthy tones, and natural materials. A welcoming, new, down-to-earth minimalism is gaining momentum in home interiors, from California to Morocco, Portugal to Mexico. This trend combines folkloric influences with a rustic aesthetic, taking cues from arid landscapes to […]449 SEK
Architecture - Design - Home & Living - Interior Design
A Modern Way to Live: 5 Design Principles from The Modern House
Find happiness at home with five guiding principles from cultural phenomenon THE MODERN HOUSE. ‘A source of fascination, inspiration and fantasy’ Guardian In 2005, childhood friends Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill set out to convince people of the power of good design and its ability to influence our wellbeing. They founded The Modern House – […]295 SEK