5 Simple Spaces to Learn From a Minimalist Architect

Simple Spaces to Learn From a Minimalist Architect. I feel that everyone has a different definition of minimalism and a different lifestyle, but people who don't have it as much as possible. It seems to be minimalistic. Now, this way of thinking seems to be sympathetic to the younger generation..

In particular, he said that he was referring to the lifestyle mentioned above. Nothing! In the room!

Their lifestyle is shaped because they outsource everything to third-party services, and minimalists claim that "reducing stuff gives us wealth like we've never experienced before!" There are pros and cons, but it can be understood as an aesthetic or a philosophy like "Wabi-Sabi". There must be a reason why many people feel stressed because life is full of things.

And space, which has been formed by eliminating what seems useless, reveals the existence of every property.

Yes, let's hide it first, the word "minimalism" itself is often spoken in the framework of art or architecture.

This time, apart from the pros and cons about the minimalist lifestyle that is booming in the world these days, I want to make a note about minimalism in the context of the world of architecture!


What is minimalism!


Minimalism is a design trend that began in the 20th century and continues through companies such as Apple and various graphic and visual designers.

Speaking of the architectural era, the rise of minimalism overlaps with the era when the architectural movement called "modernism" took place.

The following are enough words to express a minimalist design idea!


To explain it minimally without saying gudaguda, minimal design removes the unnecessary and leaves only the essential elements.


Minimalist Architecture

So, I want to introduce minimalist works. (* Minimalism is not defined based on the academic context and the author's ideas, but is a personal personal opinion from a ready-made architectural perspective, so not bad.)


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