Minimalist Furniture

Minimalist furniture found around the world.
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FLAT Room Divider is a minimalist room divider designed by Seoul-based practice SIBISIBI STUDIO. The FLAT collection employs 3D printed panels paired with metal to introduce a new era of crafted modularity in furniture design. The genesis of the FLAT series was a contemplation on the lifecycle of objects, specifically what becomes of them once they are deemed no longer useful.
FLAT Room Divider by SIBISIBI STUDIO
FLAT Room Divider is a minimalist room divider designed by Seoul-based practice SIBISIBI STUDIO. The FLAT collection employs 3D printed panels paired with metal to introduce a new era of crafted modularity in furniture design. The genesis of the FLAT series was a contemplation on the lifecycle of objects, specifically what becomes of them once they are deemed no longer useful.
Xanadu is a minimalist table by the Montpellier-based designer, James Haywood. Crafted from debris and an alternative concrete made from blast furnace slag, a byproduct of the steel-making process, Haywood’s design is both an exploration of organic, other-worldly forms and an experimental venture into new, innovative materials.
Xanadu Table by James Haywood
Xanadu is a minimalist table by the Montpellier-based designer, James Haywood. Crafted from debris and an alternative concrete made from blast furnace slag, a byproduct of the steel-making process, Haywood’s design is both an exploration of organic, other-worldly forms and an experimental venture into new, innovative materials.
5052 is a minimalist seating system created by Ottawa-based designer Andrew Ferrier. Designed with a focus on simplicity for both consumers and manufacturers, this innovative system is defined by a single set of components that enable a spectrum of configurations
5052 by Andrew Ferrier
5052 is a minimalist seating system created by Ottawa-based designer Andrew Ferrier. Designed with a focus on simplicity for both consumers and manufacturers, this innovative system is defined by a single set of components that enable a spectrum of configurations
SU-01 is a minimalist chair created by Seoul-based designer Enok Wooyeon Lee. The SU Series, Lee’s latest creation, introduces a novel concept by altering the placement of the legs on what might otherwise be considered a conventional chair. This adjustment encourages a closer examination of the chair’s structure from the perspective of the seat itself.
SU-01 by Enok Wooyeon Lee
SU-01 is a minimalist chair created by Seoul-based designer Enok Wooyeon Lee. The SU Series, Lee’s latest creation, introduces a novel concept by altering the placement of the legs on what might otherwise be considered a conventional chair. This adjustment encourages a closer examination of the chair’s structure from the perspective of the seat itself.
BRUTALISTA 01 is a minimalist coffee table created by Antwerp-based designer Marc Meeuwissen. This project, encapsulated by the concept of ‘One Sheet. One Saw. One Object,’ utilizes a single sheet of timber and restricts the creation process to just one handsaw. This constraint is central to the philosophy of the series, where limitations are viewed not as hindrances but as catalysts for creativity and innovation
BRUTALISTA 01 by Marc Meeuwissen
BRUTALISTA 01 is a minimalist coffee table created by Antwerp-based designer Marc Meeuwissen. This project, encapsulated by the concept of ‘One Sheet. One Saw. One Object,’ utilizes a single sheet of timber and restricts the creation process to just one handsaw. This constraint is central to the philosophy of the series, where limitations are viewed not as hindrances but as catalysts for creativity and innovation
Range Armchair is a minimalist armchair created by Brooklyn-based studio Fort Standard. In the realm of design, the fusion of simplicity and comfort often presents a challenging dichotomy. Yet, a newly unveiled chair marries these two elements with an innovative approach. Design, Armchair, Chair, Minimalist Furniture, Fort Standard, Range, Innovation, Minimalist
Range Armchair by Fort Standard
Range Armchair is a minimalist armchair created by Brooklyn-based studio Fort Standard. In the realm of design, the fusion of simplicity and comfort often presents a challenging dichotomy. Yet, a newly unveiled chair marries these two elements with an innovative approach.
322A is a minimalist space located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, designed by Chamber and Itmet. The initiative will be spearheaded by Maximiliano Ciovich and Juan Garcia Mosqueda, who will oversee the technical and creative aspects of the products to be developed and marketed Interior, Space, Chamber
322A by Chamber, Itmet
322A is a minimalist space located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, designed by Chamber and Itmet. The initiative will be spearheaded by Maximiliano Ciovich and Juan Garcia Mosqueda, who will oversee the technical and creative aspects of the products to be developed and marketed
Waves is a minimalist series of side tables created by Antwerp-based designer Yoon Shun. Waves collection introduces a series of sculptural pieces, focusing on side tables available in small, medium, and large sizes. This range is designed for flexible configuration, allowing for both a unified stackable setup and individual placement to suit varying spatial needs. Waves, Side Table, Antwerp, Piecings
Waves by Yoon Shun
Waves is a minimalist series of side tables created by Antwerp-based designer Yoon Shun. Waves collection introduces a series of sculptural pieces, focusing on side tables available in small, medium, and large sizes. This range is designed for flexible configuration, allowing for both a unified stackable setup and individual placement to suit varying spatial needs.
I STOOL is a minimalist stool created by Seoul-based artist Lee Sisan. At the heart of this series is the creative employment of standardized industrial square pipes, a staple in architectural construction, now reimagined for their aesthetic and structural potential. Highlights, Architecture, York, Interior Design, Metal, Manufacturing
I STOOL by Lee Sisan
I STOOL is a minimalist stool created by Seoul-based artist Lee Sisan. At the heart of this series is the creative employment of standardized industrial square pipes, a staple in architectural construction, now reimagined for their aesthetic and structural potential.
Aluminum Bench is a minimalist bench created by Montréal-based studio MDT Mobilier. In a world where design often intersects with innovation, a new bench has emerged as a testament to this fusion. Constructed from quarter-inch aluminum sheets, the bench stands out for its precise fabrication and assembly. Bench, Aluminum
Aluminum Bench by MDT Mobilier
Aluminum Bench is a minimalist bench created by Montréal-based studio MDT Mobilier. In a world where design often intersects with innovation, a new bench has emerged as a testament to this fusion. Constructed from quarter-inch aluminum sheets, the bench stands out for its precise fabrication and assembly.
L1 Chair is a minimalist chair designed by Seoul-based studio OBJECT LEUCI. This piece is distinguished by its use of stainless steel, crafted into a robust framework that ensures durability and strength. The incorporation of double butt vegetable leather, noted for its significant thickness, forms a hammock-like seating area that not only provides secure support for a wide range of users but also enhances the structural tension, contributing to the chair’s overall stability. Studio, Seoul, Chair Design, Robust, Tension, Wide
L1 Chair by OBJECT LEUCI
L1 Chair is a minimalist chair designed by Seoul-based studio OBJECT LEUCI. This piece is distinguished by its use of stainless steel, crafted into a robust framework that ensures durability and strength. The incorporation of double butt vegetable leather, noted for its significant thickness, forms a hammock-like seating area that not only provides secure support for a wide range of users but also enhances the structural tension, contributing to the chair’s overall stability.
Pedestal.09 is a minimalist stool created by Japan-based designer Luka Yasukawa. Crafted from plywood and solid wood square rods, this piece stands out not for its ornateness but for its clarity in design and purpose. Yasukawa has navigated the properties of both plywood and solid wood, allowing the structural components to remain exposed and become a significant aspect of the design itself. Diy, Woodworking, Wood, Pedestal, Stool, Plywood
Pedestal.09 by Luka Yasukawa
Pedestal.09 is a minimalist stool created by Japan-based designer Luka Yasukawa. Crafted from plywood and solid wood square rods, this piece stands out not for its ornateness but for its clarity in design and purpose. Yasukawa has navigated the properties of both plywood and solid wood, allowing the structural components to remain exposed and become a significant aspect of the design itself.
Chair of Preferences is a minimalist chair created by Seoul-based designer HONAE. This innovative piece is engineered to accommodate a myriad of personal items, from office essentials and reading materials to bottles of wine. It’s more than just a chair; it’s a reflection of the individual’s tastes and lifestyle choices. Design Details, Minimalist Design, Office Essentials, Reading Material, Preferences
Chair of Preferences by HONAE
Chair of Preferences is a minimalist chair created by Seoul-based designer HONAE. This innovative piece is engineered to accommodate a myriad of personal items, from office essentials and reading materials to bottles of wine. It’s more than just a chair; it’s a reflection of the individual’s tastes and lifestyle choices.
X CHAIR is a minimalist chair designed by Seoul-based artist Lee Sisan. Crafted from standardized industrial square pipes—a material predominantly utilized in architectural constructs—this series by designer Lee showcases an intriguing approach to furniture and object design Industrial, Pipes, Objects Design
X CHAIR by Lee Sisan
X CHAIR is a minimalist chair designed by Seoul-based artist Lee Sisan. Crafted from standardized industrial square pipes—a material predominantly utilized in architectural constructs—this series by designer Lee showcases an intriguing approach to furniture and object design
KW01 Perceptions Collection is a minimalist furniture collection created by New York City-based studio Known Work. This inaugural series is the brainchild of the collaborative efforts of Danu Kennedy, partner and design lead, alongside founder Jeremy Levitt. Their collective experience in interior design, spanning over two decades, has been channeled into creating a collection that reimagines the concept of gathering within the domestic space. Minimalism, Home, Elegant, Live
KW01 Perceptions Collection by Known Work
KW01 Perceptions Collection is a minimalist furniture collection created by New York City-based studio Known Work. This inaugural series is the brainchild of the collaborative efforts of Danu Kennedy, partner and design lead, alongside founder Jeremy Levitt. Their collective experience in interior design, spanning over two decades, has been channeled into creating a collection that reimagines the concept of gathering within the domestic space.