The place that became my office during most of this week; our bed.
I caught a pretty bad flu (still had fever when I was at the Dior show). So within the context of staying in bed, here is a collection images of the most comfortable and calm space that I know of. Our bedroom is (literally) very stripped down: the floors are out, there is not much more than a thick mattress, a glass table opposite to a wall-to-wall white and mirrored closet.
A couple of months ago, I talked with L’Officiel Singapore about minimalist living for a home-feature in their June issue, they recently published the full interview online here.
What is minimalism?
To me, it is all about the essentials. Minimalism is about knowing yourself and what you want, and also about what you do not want and eliminating that from your life. It’s about holding on to the things that are functional, that you find absolutely beautiful or inspiring. That also applies to non-physical things. I don’t have any games on my phone because I don’t want to waste time doing things I don’t absolutely love. I guess minimalism is, essentially, about deciding where to put your focus.