|Minimalism which breaks with the rectilinear mold of most such examples.|
|Gama Issa House, Sao Paulo, Brazil. No, the|
deck does not fold up like a giant breadbox.
|The front of the house above|
|A simple statement, open, and practical.|
|The Savoy House, 1929-31, Poissy, France, Le Corbusier|
|Minimalism soaring to new heights.|
|The SRR House, Valencia, Spain, late 1940s, Silvestre Navarro Architects.|
(The entrance is at the far right.)
|Minimalism need not be massive and showy.|
|Minimalist Floor plan for SRR House (above).|
|Not all Minimalism rejects the vertical.|
|A Minimalist interior. Patterns are minimized and consistent. contrasts are subtle, |
storage is organized and spacious. Noticed the mirrored door on the left.
|Compact kitchen Minimalism.|
|Minimalism is not always white on white accented with white. |
Here the mirror-glass windows reflect the forest environment, minimizing the intrusion
|The kitchen wing of the house above.|
|Sometimes, Minimalist houses hardly look like houses at all.|
|Oriental Minimalism by |
Singapore architects Ong & Ong.
|Even young children can adapt to the Minimalist mindset, given a little time and patience.|
|What an interesting tree...|