Vanishing Fixtures, Furniture is Minimalism to the Max

Vanishing Fixtures, Furniture is Minimalism to the Max

Tara Bellucci
Sep 13, 2012

Light switches that blend into the wall, cabinets without hardware, beds that recess into the ceiling: all things are possible when it comes to streamlining spaces. The New York Times reports on the innovations that make it possible to hide just about anything. A "vanishing" TV that looks like a mirror may just solve a lot of marital disputes.

In other news, shoes with GPS will find your way home, and there's a phone game that funds microloans. See the headlines after the jump.

The Cult of Disappearing Design | The New York Times
Dominic Wilcox Unveils GPS Shoe That Guides You Home From Anywhere in the World | Inhabitat
Seeds: A Microlending Game Where Farmville Meets Kiva | Co.Exist

(Image: Séura via The New York Times)

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