The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Here I will show you some examples of beautifully designed products. Products designed in a minimalist way that reinforce that something may be simple and still deliver what it is intent for. Certainly something we can apply to the web and much more. Enjoy.

Cutlery Series by Oji Masanori

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Kaiko Cookware Series by Makoto Koizumi

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Swing by Jan Kochański

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Revolt chair by Ahrend

The Revolt chair was originally designed in 1953 by the Dutch industrial designer Friso Kramer and is a true design classic. This one is a model was reintroduced by Ahrend in 2004.

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

#3 chair by StudioGorm

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Hedy collection by Hannah Morrow

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

NW3 speakers by Neue Werkstatt

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

Bulb Fiction by KiBiSi

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

The Design of Everyday Things, Keeping it Simple

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