Design Boom

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the petersen automotive museum is bringing together two creative 'disruptors' in challenge of the common perception of vehicle design.

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Inhabitat

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Prefabricated offsite in a factory, Soler Orozco Arquitectos designed Casa Molina as a minimalist elevated modular home in Mexico.

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Check out these 10 website layouts to learn more about the great world of web design.

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Dezeen

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An exposed concrete frame supports a 4.2-metre-wide skinny house in Melbourne designed by Oliver du Puy Architects to feature meditation spaces.

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Theo Peekstok is a talented photographer based in Rotterdam. It is also within this city that some of his photographs are taken. His series Pure, is composed of black and white, minimalist photographs that stimulate the imagination of the viewers.

More: Theo Peekstok, Instagram h/t: fubiz

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Weimar was the birthplace of Bauhaus – the modernist design and architecture school founded by Walter Gropius in 1919. It was the philosophy and style of Gropius and his teachings at the Bauhaus school, based in Weimar from 1919 to 1925 before it moved…

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Design Boom

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100 east 53rd street, a slender new york skyscraper designed by foster + partners, is nearing completion in midtown manhattan. the 63-story residential tower is located on the corner of lexington and 53rd street, in close proximity to two 20th century modernist icons: SOM’s ‘lever house’ of 1952 and mies van der rohe’s ‘seagram building’, completed in 1958. the new structure boasts a minimalist geometric form, designed to complement these distinguished neighbors.
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Inhabitat

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São Paulo-based architect Silvia Acar Arquitetura has unveiled a tiny minimalist cabin tucked into a lush Brazilian forest. Camouflaged in the tree canopy and set off the ground on stilts, the one-room Chalet L is a simple, 67-square-feet one-room cabin, entirely designed to offer the basics while disconnecting from the usual hustle and bustles of life.
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Design Milk

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Von Morgen is a recently launched German label that’s released their first collection of products called Booles. The line consists of minimalist concrete objects with smooth finishes and rims so thin you’ll be surprised it’s made from concrete.
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A pair of neon eyes stare out from the back of eyewear brand Ace & Tate's new Soho store, which creative agency Anyways have designed in reference to the area's risqué past.

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Gadi Amit's studio New Deal Design has collaborated with tech start-up Helm to create a home server to save people from “being caught up in the next massive online breach”.

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Eindhoven-based design studio Dutch Invertuals has curated an exhibition of 10 objects, to question whether – in the anthropocene era –  it is possible to reduce the volume of non-essential products in our lives.
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To us relatively wealthy Westerners, the obvious application for a cooler is camping. But for folks in developing nations who don't have access to refrigeration, having some means to keep food fresh is a crucial need, not a creature comfort.
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If you’re looking for a more unique place to lay your head on your next trip to London, look no further than the Boathouse London, a stylish floating hotel docked on a city canal. Created in partnership with home design brand Made, this bespoke botel and event space on the water was fashioned as “an industrial-style barge turned contemporary bolthole” with help from interior designer Katie Hanton. Kitted out in Scandinavian-inspired style, the chic getaway comes with customizable experiences, from a boat driver who can steer you around the canals to a special dinner prepared by a local chef.
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Designer Daily

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How do you read the time if you are visually impaired? There are probably solutions that involve audio with a smartwatch, but they will never be as elegant as this Braille watch. The Dot is a smart…

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Design Milk

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Iconic Danish brand Fritz Hansen collaborated for the first time with Japanese design studio nendo on a dining chair that combines both Danish and Japanese qualities. The N01™ chair has a minimalist feel yet it comes together like a complicated puzzle comprising 23 veneer and solid wood pieces. The chair falls perfectly into the Fritz Hansen family while pushing the boundaries when it came time to actually make it.
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