zen is not a minimalist aesthetic or simplicity. true zen is far beyond concepts.
if you are both super minimalist and art collector you probably gravitate towards the residence better known as the white cube.
lessons you can learn from ghandi.
or johnson house, designed by philip johnson as his own residence in 1949.
one of the seven wonders of the world in the world of architecture.
lbd’s somehow can work with flip-flops or stilettos.
good design is as little design as possible
Here’s an article from a Zen blog that’s more about a minimal lifestyle than aesthetics. As a designer who loves minimal aesthetics, the process of pealing away to the bare essentials, this was a most interesting find…
Fascinating minimalism: the Velos lounge chair. The extremely graceful and inviting chair has been especially designed for places where informal encounters happen. Places where a light and loose atmosphere can be created that also projects quality. The smooth lines of the foot section and the distinctive seat frame are fascinating due to their subtle, organic […]