Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York, where architects and fashion designers worked together in the boutiques to achieve simplicity, using white elements, cold lighting, large space with minimum objects and furniture.
This is exactly what I like the most, and you’ve probably seen in the last posts when I was talking about large, clean, spacious spaces.
At first sight, minimalist designs look as simple as a wood stick, but I promise you they can be so, so beautiful and being surrounded by such a place makes you feel positive, inspired.
Wondering which design is the greatest for your new home? Pure nature! No, I am not wrong! The nature is the best home ‘accessory’.
Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most influential architects of the first half of the 20th century. Lloyd Wright died 50 years ago, but his designs are still alive. ‘Fallingwater’ is just one of his amazing houses.
The team at Swat Miers Architects transformed a vision into reality, designing the three tea houses as perfect observation spots.
We can notice that the principal idea of this houses is the big windows, and the raw material used for almost every object in house.
Besides these two major innovations of the architects, there are many houses that bring nature inside them.
Look at this beautiful bedroom! It’s like a wonderful story told by Barcelona interior designer Eduardo Arruga which express a soft vintage feeling and combine some shades of blue with a variety of patterns and textures. The beige background fits perfect with the furniture pieces, inviting and warm. The bed is located in the middle of the room, receiving the rays of sun in the morning and the chest with pillows is like a cumulation of dreams which waiting to escape at midnight.
Would you like to sleep in this bedroom? In the morning you could admire you in the antique mirrors and smell this beautiful wildflowers that bring nature and purity in your soul.
In an ordinary world springps up artists who color our life everyday: the architects. This inspiring lakeside retreat is situated in Harbert, Michigan, United States and it is designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects. The dining room suggests simplicity and the family harmony by means of furniture pieces and floor to ceiling windows are the predominant element in the room, celebrating the movement of the sun thoughout the day. Well, this is the place where you can relax afer work, read books or enjoy the sunset with people you love.
The stairs are the line between the dining room and the kitchen, supported by stainless steel cables which blends harmoniously both wood floor and kitchen furniture. The shades of grey of the sofa and the chairs are in acordance with the fireplace, suggesting peace, elegance, comfort, a space where you can meditate.