Pettersen and Hein’s mirror sculpture (top) punctures ideas about art and design—literally and figuratively— by transforming everyday materials and objects into something more unexpected. The clock designed by Birgitte Due Madsen and Jonas Trampedach (center) features hexagonal patterns that allow even numbers to be easily identified. The holes in HAY’s punched organizer (bottom) create a sense of uniformity and inspire tidier desks at the office and at home. This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Two Buy Now Related Stories Design Issue 51 John Pawson From the king of minimalism: “I find the essential and get the design down to a point where you can’t add or subtract from it.” Design Interiors Issue 51 Axel Vervoordt Inside the world of Axel Vervoordt. Design Issue 51 Inga Sempé “Minimalism is boring as hell, and on top of that, it’s preachy.” Design Issue 51 Halleroed Meet the giants of Swedish retail design. Design Issue 51 Andrew Trotter The architect and designer on renewing traditional architecture. Design Issue 51 Kim Lenschow The architect who wants to show you how your house works.