A home in Montreal is renovated to include an open back facade leading to the garden through a 24-foot sliding bay window.
A minimal kitchen renovation with a pure golden brass finish.
Perforated storage inspired by Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Cell’ sculptures that are designed to enclose and reveal.
A series of minimalist lights characterized by its "effervescent effect" that is caused by how the glass is blown.
A House in Santarém with an L-shaped volumetric arrangement that allows the separation of the exterior areas.
A minimalist collection of limited-edition furniture pieces that focus on the abstract geometry of construction and virtual lines.
A minimal collection of tables with multi-dimensional surfaces that adapt and evolve with the users' needs.
A minimal home located in São Paulo, Brazil, that perfectly culminates the client's collection of art and furniture.
A renovation project located in Brooklyn, New York, that combines two apartments into one.
A minimal mirror that gives terrazzo a contemporary spin.
A minimal dining table that can be assembled in less than five minutes, without any tools, and ships flat-packed.
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