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  • Minimalist Interior
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    How to Perfect a Minimalist Interior

    Minimalism, the interior design movement inspired by 20th century Modernism‘s return to the basic functionality of art, is the perfect interior design movement for those seeking to reduce their household clutter and curate their home with clean lines and clever furnishings. Minimalism is characterized by its neutral palette, geometric shapes and timeless elegance. But it needn’t be boring. Minimalist interior…

  • Body Confident
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    Body positivity: Do people in the U.S. feel body confident?

    Many aspects of art are rooted in body confidence. Consider the person who models for your soon to be award-winning sculpture and those who volunteer to feature in nude life drawings to bring your pieces to life. But in the U.S., it seems there is still a widespread issue when it comes to feeling body confident, and truly loving ourselves…

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    Celebrating Body Positivity – Charity Auction

    Empowerment is a word we use regularly at SINGULART, but it is not a word we use lightly. Self-empowerment and the empowerment of others comes in many forms and may look different from one person to another. As part of our mission to empower our artists, we want to make SINGULART a platform where both our artists and collectors are…

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    Colour psychology in interior design

    Colour symbolism plays a decisive role in interior design. When choosing colors, it’s important to think about what kind of atmosphere you want to create and what colors will help achieve that. Colors can evoke warm or cold emotions, coupled with sensations such as the seasons or elements such as water and fire, which radiate heat or cold. Warm colors…

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    Meet the designer Alexandre Aréthuse

    Alexandre Aréthuse is part of the very first SINGULART design sale, Where Art meets Design. Since moving to Denmark 10 years ago, he has developed his own line of entirely handmade wooden furniture using a unique wood staining process. We sat down with Alexandre to discover the inspiration behind his colourful creations and experimental techniques. Could you introduce yourself and…

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    In Conversation with Christian Watson

    Featured in SINGUART’s upcoming sale, Where Art Meets Design, is London based fine furniture maker Christian Watson. Highly invested in the integrity of British craftsmanship, Watson’s designs are created to be adaptable to any environment, with their simple, design forward aesthetic, rendering them modern day heirlooms. We talked to Christian to learn more about his background as a craftsman and…

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    How to Blend Art and Design

    As you know, we at SINGULART love to help style your walls with exceptional works of art. Now, for the first time, SINGULART is holding its very own design sale, Where Art Meets Design, showcasing a selection of unique or limited edition design pieces and furniture from 10 highly acclaimed international designers and artisans.  Throughout the centuries, art and design…

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    In Conversation with Neal Aronowitz

    Included in SINGULART’s very first design sale, Where Art Meets Design, is Neal Aronowitz. Having founded his US based design company in 2014 he has since quickly won acclaim in the international design world with his bespoke, handcrafted, and almost sculptural furniture and lighting pieces.  We sat down with Neal to find out the inspiration behind his daring designs and experimental…

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    How to Create an Urban Jungle Interior

    Living in a city can be an amazing experience, and for most of us, it is the long-term reality of modern life. But whilst the concrete jungle contains many exciting opportunities, the ability to escape into nature is not one of them. Unsurprisingly, many people are therefore creating their own green spaces inside their homes. All over cities, these personal…

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    The Secret History of Art at the Olympics

    The long awaited 2021 Tokyo Olympic games are now upon us! You might be wondering, why is SINGULART writing about the Olympics? Whilst the SINGULART team are certainly excited to watch some of the coming competitions, what many do not realize is that the connection between art and sport, particularly the Olympic games, have a highly intertwined past. The Relationship…