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A Literal Tree House Immerses The Owner In Nature [Pics]
7 november 2013
Glass tree house marks the meeting point of nature and modern design.
Minimal Smartphone Design Is Anti Multi-Tasking
30 may 2013
Created to boost productivity and focus, CEL is a simple smartphone concept focused on performing one operation at a time.
Chain-Free Bicycle Simplifies Riding [Video]
24 september 2012
The Bicymple is a bike without a chain that is connected by a straight frame, and can be steered from the rear or the front, perfect for riders making tight turns and twists.
Eva Rielland’s Objects Of Another Age [Pics]
29 july 2011
French designer transforms current technology into simplified objects.
Leo Babauta Wants You To Think Simple
8 july 2011
The simplicity author and blogger discusses applying minimalism to thinking so we can focus on essential ideas.
Picks For NYC Design Week: Josh Rubin of CoolHunting.com
14 may 2011
The founder and editor in chief of Cool Hunting talks about what's inspiring him, and a backlash against minimalism.
In Defense Of Hard: Over-Simplification In Society And Growing Through Challenge
13 may 2011
Design technologist P.J. Onori examines the simple and the complex, and explains that if you expect more of your audience, you will end up with both a better audience and a better product.
Simple Hack Provides Hygiene-Friendly Solution
16 march 2011
A brilliant design offers a guaranteed germ-free exit from the restroom.
frog design: Staying Ahead Of Innovation Challenges
15 march 2011
Change is the new normal: no industry is standing still these days, and this means that the innovation challenges we face are also constantly changing.
Small Is Beautiful (And Sustainable) [Pics]
28 february 2011
Eco conscientious ethos and a minimalistic approach aim to address housing market issues.
Blogging Away Unwanted Things
4 august 2010
Obsessed with the idea of living without excess belongings, Sydney-based musician Christopher Kelaart has set up a blog to give away all the things he owns but no longer needs.
Tableware Made From Sugar Cane Fiber, Bamboo And Reed Pulp
12 may 2010
A tableware collection made from sustainable materials is inspired by Japanese design.
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