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Current Obsessions: The Art of Efficiency

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Current Obsessions: The Art of Efficiency

February 18, 2017

From a Japanese minimalist with a cult following to NYC’s newest micro-apartment units, here’s what we have on our radar as of late.

opening in june in nyc: carmel place, a new small space apartment project by &a 9
Above: Opening in June in NYC: Carmel Place, a new small-space apartment project by “all inclusive coliving” company Ollie. With super-efficient storage, fold-out tables, and Murphy beds, Carmel Place apartments offer the tiny home experience to city dwellers.
we&#8\2\17;re looking forward to goodbye, things: the new japanese minimali 10
Above: We’re looking forward to Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism, a new book on living with less due out from W. W. Norton this April. Written by Fumio Sasaki, a self-described minimalist living in a 215-square-foot apartment in Tokyo with only 150 possessions, the book has sold more than 150,000 copies in Japan.
the latest from british kitchen company devol: the bum stool, a solid oak bar s 11
Above: The latest from British kitchen company deVol: the Bum Stool, a solid oak bar stool that focuses on comfort. Photograph via deVol.

Our Latest Instagram Obsession

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Above: We’ve waxed poetic about linen time and time again, so it’s no surprise Justine’s latest IG favorite, For the Love of Linen, has us all obsessed (@loveoflinen).

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