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Modern Minimalism

Modern Minimalism

Curated by Nathaniel

Arriving right after World War II and finding a mainstream audience in the 1960s and 1970s, minimalism cuts across mediums with an insightful reaction against the "energy" of expressionism. For the designers who represent it best in the furniture and decor industry, minimalism left open spaces alongside functional products, a theory of objects created to be put to use. If modernism contained a hermetically sealed aesthetic object, minimalism reintroduces what is found in that safe space back into the world for people to interact with it, creating a pathway to a new sort of living - one that by its definition encapsulates contemporary life. Enjoy our curated selection of some of the most successful experiments of minimalism and browse chairs, sofas, tables, even light fixtures, for a revolutionary approach to design.