Contemporary minimalist spaces
Birthed in the 1960s, minimalism in architecture and interiors espoused a return to simple forms and colors, creating the most dramatic effect with the least amount of materials. Its relevance continues to this day in a world where rapid growth by accretion has led to much which is superfluous and our senses are in a constant state of overstimulation. Contemporary Minimalist Spaces takes a completely fresh look at the state of the movement through spaces that provide both spiritual sanctuary and artistic respite. Not limited solely to residential settings, this book also examines hotels, restaurants, retails shops and offices that consciously exemplify the goals of minimalism while highlighting the incredible breadth of manifestations. Includes historical context, stunning photographs, and plans for projects that span six continents.
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Clasificación: RVA NA 689 M55 C66
Editorial: CYPI Press