• Ajoopk Vakkayil
    Digital visual designer who admires geometry and architecture.
  • Eugene Stoltzfus Architects
    Eugene Stoltzfus Architects focuses on 21st Century architecture and furniture. In residential architecture we seek to integrate the context, site, views, light and the natural world into each project. We typically employ active and passive solar energy seamlessly into the architecture. In commercial architecture we see our buildings as literally building the public spaces of our cities and towns. Our furniture relies on simple geometries and reflects the natural beauty and strengths inherent in the materials we use. We seek sustainability in the materials we use, whether bamboo, cork, steel or timber.
  • Sant Architects
    Recognized for excellence by the AIA, Sant Architects employs an economy of gesture, elementary geometry, and careful fenestration to create commercial and residential environments that are in concert with nature and conducive to the rituals of daily life.
  • Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture
    The work of Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture sculpts space through a seamless integration of landscape, art and architecture. Their work draws boundaries with a controlled palette of materials, creating permeable edges that blur the line between the natural and built environment. Spare geometry applied to vibrant plant life results in sharp compositional order. This exercise in restraint heightens a sense of the elements—texture, light and movement.
  • JD Peterson
    A contributor to such publications as Architectural Record, I.D. Magazine and House Beautiful, Peterson's work is clean and unencumbered by pretense, rendering home exteriors with well-composed geometry and interiors with elegant and glowing simplicity.
  • Axelrod Architects
    Founded in 2006 by Principal Irit Axelrod, acclaimed architectural firm Axelrod Design is based in San Francisco and Tel Aviv, with a notable body of work in the modernist style, including distinctive private residences, commercial buildings and interiors, and public spaces, including the Ben Gurion Heritage Institute building, south of Israel. The firm’s rigorous and elemental design approach has resulted in a meticulously crafted minimalism. Its principal’s personal vision captures an unconventional beauty, found in the expression of natural materials and construction methods. The result renders sleek, monolithic structures that explore an unbridled play on light, proportions, and geometry.  Axelrod Design recognizes the best buildings come from a close collaboration between itself, its consultants, the general contractor and the client. With this in mind, it approaches every project from conceptual design through construction, overseeing every detail is faithfully executed, resulting in a precisely constructed building.    Irit Axelrod graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in the Technion/ Israeli Institute of Technology (1993). She is an International Assoc. AIA member and LEED© AP Certified. The firm has been published in top international architecture publications, including Wallpaper, Dwell and Domus.  
  • Dufner Heighes
    Dufner Heighes creates timeless residences and welcoming commercial interiors for a sophisticated cosmopolitan clientele. Their luxurious modern designs blend subtle proportions with a thoughtful color palette of neutrals sparked with precious elements like platinum brick and honed Portoro marble. Unexpected textures and geometries balance function, for personalized environments that convey a sense of time and place.
  • Look Up
    A new online print gallery, and a platform for promoting artists who explore and celebrate the creative potential of geometry, line, pattern and colour. Based in London, we offer limited edition affordable prints by established and up-and-coming artists – ideal for discerning collectors and beginners alike, wherever in the world you call home.
  • Folditure
    Folditure is revolutionizing folding furniture by utilizing modern materials, new geometries, and our unique inventions, to create space-saving, flexible forms for the future. It is architecturally crafted furniture with comfort, stability, and eye-catching form in mind. With a simple movement, the elegant streamlined forms transform into super-slim designs made for easy storing.
    At OLLI+LIME, they believe nurseries do not need be cutesy or traditional. They create ultra-modern baby bedding and nursery decor, for parents who think like them. You’ll find a monochrome palette, with minimal accents, and fabrics inspired by geometry and nature. Everything is designed and made in the USA.
  • Cement Chemistry
    Cement Chemistry centers on the unique applicability of concrete as malleable resource for jewelry design. The focus is handmade, limited edition jewelry - inspired by raw materiality and geometry - available in bold shapes and colors. As an architect, I employ innovative design and fabrication techniques, bringing to life aesthetic qualities of materials until now perceived as only rudimentary for building design. The jewellery crack the conventional bond between concrete and architecture and familiarise the human body with a material used until now for construction purposes. Visit www.cement-chemistry.com
  • DESU Design
    DESU Design strives to make innovative products that blur the boundary between art and design. Their goal is to create pieces of lasting quality, retaining their beauty and functionality for generations. DESU Design utilizes the precision of modern manufacturing methods with the unmatched skills of the human hand. Inspiration comes from forms found in nature, the history of modern design, and the combined beauty of geometry and the machine.
  • VOID Watches
    VOID Watches is an independent brand launched in 2008 Hong Kong by Swedish designer David Ericsson. VOID uses simple but expressive shapes, giving their products a uniquely architectural feel. Their design philosophy is to create unique products using as simple geometries as possible and bring them to life by using honest, traditional materials. VOID makes watches, cuflinks, and accessories.
  • Emma Silvestris
    Emma Silvestris, born in Salerno in 1962, currently lives and works in Bari. Having obtained a Bachelor of Arts, specialising in foreign literature and history of art, she subsequently worked as a teacher and researcher. Since 1990 she has been working in the field of design, taking part in the activities of the Special Studio in Bari. An eclectic and versatile designer, her projects combine soft, feminine lines, the precision and elegance of geometry and the use of ancient symbols.
  • Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
    The architecture of Delugan Meissl Associated Architects is much like language, in which meaning is constituted by the relationships among individual words. In contrast to other architectural philosophies, DMAA do not reduce this principle of hermetic language to a game in and of itself, but rather, they root it in their work with as many multivalent relationships between architecture and its contextual environment as possible, premiating the context of the building and the physical presence of its users. Directed and rigorous processes of design are guided from spatial perception to future users. Their architectural concepts and connections to the existing fabric are reminiscent of organisms entering into dialogue with the environment, as integral parts of an overall system. Inside and out, their concepts break down the order of conventional rooms into flowing, functionally defined spatial sequences. Volumes directly engage the body of the observer through their scale, the way they interact with gravity, geometry, and the way they “hint at the inexpressible”. Independent of size or function, the work of Delugan Meissl Associates Architects is consistently determined by these design concepts and theoretical principles. In this regard, Delugan Meissl Associate Architects are committed to developing the principle of intensification, along with ways to spatialize it and make it physiologically tangible. As opposed to a type of “representational form” of contemporary architecture that is geared primarily to the visual and to interpretive meaning, 'actual form' is generated, which, in its physiological effects on the senses and the body, follows the dictum: "Aesthetics is nothing more than the art of applied psychology."
  • Megumi Yoshida
    Megumi Yoshida, a Japanese designer based in New York, has become known for her materially elegant and minimal ceramic forms. Working primarily with slip casting, her crisp porcelain designs, such as lamps, vases, and tableware, are poetic instances within her ongoing exploration of the medium. Her thoughtful dialog ranges between Japanese tradition and western modernism, becoming evident in objects that echo the soft reduction of Brancusi-like forms or the nature-inspired geometries of Japanese Kamon insignia. Yoshida’s works traverse the boundary between functional design and the self-sustained art object.Yoshida founded mgmy studio in 2007 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where she produces her work.
  • PAIR
    PAIR is a Mexico City based firm, with an interdisciplinary practice which includes urbanism, graphic, product, interior, and architectural design of different typologies. Founded by Paola Alencaster and Israel Ruiz, the office currently works on the development of diverse commercial and residential projects. The ideological revolution of our time, a social and ecological awareness, which incorporates new technologies in mass production and communication, requires an architecture that is up to the challenge. As a response, PAIR strives to develop projects that not only satisfy client needs, but also consider the surroundings and contextual necessities, aiming to produce buildings and spaces that contribute and coexist harmoniously. Confident that architecture must confront the problems of its time and plan for a better tomorrow, PAIR aims to positively change its surroundings, producing architecture that is livable, functional, sustainable, and is characterized by a challenging geometry with a timeless aesthetic.
  • Elana Bober
    Goldiehome is a collection of eco-conscious homewares inspired by the geometry and tactility of nature. By fusing sophisticated design with environmentally-responsible practices, Goldiehome strives to set a new standard for organic modern luxury. Each piece is made from SKAL & GOTS certified organic cotton. Fibers are custom spun to achieve fine detail in jacquards and higher thread count sheetings. From the actual products to the packaging and collateral materials, Goldiehome aspires to make the best environmental choices within the framework of commercial manufacturing. Elana Bober is the Founder and Head Designer of Goldiehome. A graduate of Yale University and the Parsons School of Design, Elana worked for eight years in the home industry before founding Goldiehome. As Designer for Donna Karan Home Collection, she developed a keen sense of aesthetics and brand. As Director of Design for Keeco, Elana mastered global manufacturing processes. Goldiehome merges her expertise and innate sense of style with her love of the natural world.
  • Kas Oosterhuis
    Professor Kas Oosterhuis is both a visionary and a practicing architect designer, leading the innovation studio ONL and the Hyperbody research group at the TU Delft. Environments at all scales – from furniture to buildings to cities - are considered complex adaptive systems, both in terms of their geometry and their behavior in time. The main focus of the current research is on parametric design and robotic building in all phases of the design to production and the design to operation process Projects like the A2 COCKPIT building in Utrecht, the BÁLNA mixed use cultural centre in Budapest, the LIWA tower in Abu Dhabi and the fully customizable Body Chair are living proof of Oosterhuis lean design to production approach, in terms of precision, assembly time, sustainability, costs, and above all by his design signature. In his book Towards a New Kind of Building, a Designers Guide to Nonstandard Architecture [NAi Publishers, 2011] Oosterhuis reveals the fundamentals of his personal design universe, which embraces the paradigm shift from standard to nonstandard architecture and from static to dynamic environments as the initial condition. Oosterhuis delivered his TEDx lecture in 2012. In 2013 Oosterhuis founded as editor-in- chief the scientific journal Next Generation Building. www.oosterhuis.nl www.onl.eu www.byyu.eu