This Translucent Soap Is A Minimalist’s Dream

This Translucent Soap Is A Minimalist’s Dream
Consumer Goods

Jasper Morrison's Soap, free of fragrance and bearing only recessed lettering, is the ultimate pared-down way to scrub clean

Catherine Ollinger
  • 9 february 2018

British designer Jasper Morrison has teamed up with Brooklyn-based design team Good Thing to create Soap, the newest extension of the brand’s minimalist line of home products. Quite literally a totally transparent and colorless bar of glycerin soap, this unscented product is designed to complement a minimal modern lifestyle by stripping all design elements down to the bare, functional essentials while still retaining an aesthetically pleasing look. Available for purchase on Good Thing’s site, this bar of suds will cost you $29.

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