Concrete Minimalism House

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Concrete minimalism house - in visual arts music and other mediums minimalism is an art movement that began in post world war ii western art most strongly with american visual arts in the 1960s and early 1970s minimalism has be e quite popular over the years as a design philosophy and way of life minimalist architecture is about achieving better design through simplicity the basic palette of this house then is brown contrasted with white stucco surrounded by lush greenery the perfect palette for the tropical minimalist home sources anderson virginia 2013 systems and other minimalism in britain in the ashgate research panion to minimalist and postminimalist music edited on the exterior the landscape gives the structure its shape evidence of the designers mitment to sustainability inside the simple layout includes a bathroom and kitchen plus a hallway that leads to a living area and a sleeping space we work at all scales.

and in all sectors we create transformative cultural corporate residential and other spaces that work in synchronicity with their surroundings 950 projects 44 countries 400 staff 55 nations wel e to the interactive archive of zaha hadid architects there was a time when bare concrete floors stayed well hidden beneath carpets parquet flooring and tiles when it was inconceivable to leave them exposed and the very idea that they could look good like that was not even taken into consideration concrete has long acted as a foundation for many homes its practical applications are certainly mon knowledge as an affordable and durable basis for buildings of all types however it was not until fairly recently that concrete became more of a focal point and interior design element that danish studio norm architects took influences from both scandinavian and japanese design to create this pared back.

gallery and workspace for kinfolk magazine in central copenhagen the entrance lobby the entrance lobby features a mixed materiality of wood concrete and metal clean lines and a modern minimalism forming a canvas with the