Tagged: minimalism

Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

The Lisson Gallery debuts its first New York City space with an exhibition of unflinching compositions by the art worlds centenarian darling, Carmen Herrera.

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Back to Basics: 90’s Minimalism

Back to Basics: 90’s Minimalism

As the 90’s inspired collections for Spring begin to arrive, we take a look back at the designers and philosophies from the last decade of the millennium that are inspiring designers today.

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You Have Too Much Shit

You Have Too Much Shit

Chris Thomas has a simple message for you: you have too much shit. The UK-based designer’s latest project is a punchy little self-help manual to help you wade through the clutter of your modern life. One part Thoreau’s Walden, one part Adam Mansbach’s Go the F*ck to Sleep, YHTMS makes a pretty convincing case for ditching […]

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Dieter Rams & Braun

Dieter Rams & Braun

Now in his 80s, Dieter Rams has long been a sort of shorthand avatar for Designer (intentional capital D)—he’s the bespectacled, wise, invisible portrait beside its dictionary entry. Along with Eames’ chairs and Helvetica, Rams himself is a definitive icon of universal good design. And while the scope of design in everyday life has changed drastically since his 1960s […]

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The Minimalist’s Guide to Spring Cleaning

The Minimalist’s Guide to Spring Cleaning

Spring is officially here, seemingly in earnest, with no pending snow storms on the horizon (at least where we’re sitting.) It’s one of our favorite seasons, heralding all sorts of fresh starts and newness: new blooms, new shoes, new opportunities. We couldn’t think of a better time to talk to our favorite professional organizer, Kristen […]

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