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.
One of the most known minimalist architects are:
– Tadao Ando
– Kazuyo Sejima
–Alberto Campo Baeza