In Muroexe we like simple things, those that clear away anything superfluous and just leave the essentials in. We all have a lot on our minds and there's no need to complicate matters further. Here are some examples of several minimalist creations that inspire us and help us to achieve inner peace.
The Farnsworth house of Mies van der Rohe is a simple structure wrapped in glass supported by eight steel pillars. Do you imagine living in the ultimate expression of minimalism?
The precursor of innovation at the kitchen, chef Ferran Adrià, is an example of how to go a step further by inventing new concepts. His creations are a visual and gastronomic pleasure.
The Eames chair won a MoMA contest in 1950 and became the first plastic chair to be industrially manufactured. Nowadays it's more fashionable than ever, good designs never die.
Dan Flavin was the first person to use fluorescent lights as artistic instruments. We would love to see our shoes next to his work.
All Muroexe’s silhouettes have a minimalist aesthetic and, to do so, we reduce its construction to a single seam in order to achieve the perfect combination of aesthetics and functionality.
It's clear that 'less is more' ;-)