Theory of “less is more,” as a concept that artistically creating a simplified way to live. Breaks out in the 20th century as a design that’s stripped down to its essential purpose and identity. This functional aesthetic exemplifies simplicity at its best.
Form, Function, Fun, the main feature in minimalism. Material such as glass, steel, and wide-open spaces create modern visions. Crisp lines and organized shapes represent minimalism.
Any element in this modern concept combines in form of functional design with a touch of art. Elements are the key in minimalist design.
Something simple like a rectangular floating wall divides a space and also function as a closet, but it also stands as an art form and a focal point. You have one piece to represent three ideas.
this design eliminating clutter and useless objects. Simplicity allows the focus to remain on purpose and carefully selected supportive furnishings.
Simple color, plain color combinations enhance the serene and balanced environment. This doesn’t always translate by keeping everything in black or white. Colorful, monochromatic and layers of textures such as wood go well in any minimalist space.
Minimalism has several positive benefits.