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These minimalist playing cards remove the distraction and let you focus on winning. Joe Doucet has created a deck of regulation playing cards that considers how much design you can take away while still maintaining a playable deck. Simple geometric symbols are reductive versions of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades. While it is necessary to mark the backs of regulation cards, Doucet has done so with minimal diagonal lines instead of the typical ornamental graphics.

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Wonderfully bright in the Kinfolk residence in Copenhagen. Photo: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

Leather cushions for window sills designed by NORM.Architects for Kinfolk Gallery. Sorensen Leather: Royal Nubuck / Off White.

Simple thin railing http://serruriermaisonslaffitte.lartisanpascher.com/ Stone stairs with thin black railing

It's important to keep colour palettes simple in a minimalist design scheme. To avoid making a room look too stark, using different textures such as marble, concrete, brick, wood and metal can soften monochromatic rooms.

Nissa Kinzhalina | Urban Philosophy Chair

Cody Stack “Urban philosophy Chair” - Designer Nissa Kinzhalina‘s Urban Philosophy is a chair made of transparent acrylic with a thin, black, contiguous line running along an outer edge.

IOTA by New York-based designer Joe Doucet, is a deck of playing cards printed with simplified geometric symbols and minimal lines.

Joe Doucet asked a different question when he chose to make a deck of playing cards.” Joe’s Iota Minimalist Playing Cards are the answer to that question and

Flashback: Arts Centre – Casa Das Mudas / Paulo David | ArchDaily

Thin strip glass above straight stairs to frame it. Idea is to taper it to make the stairs look longer (a vanishing point)

// House ALM by Estudio ODS

Burrowed away in the beautiful and charming city of Tavira, in the south of Portugal, stands House ALM with its shy and understated façade.