Minimalist Houses

Minimalist Houses

Book - 2003
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Minimalism uses simplicity as an expression of aesthetic beauty and functionality. This book offers 24 recent residential designs showcasing ideas of architects including the Katleman residence in Los Angeles. Readers will find both solutions and inspiration for their own houses in this imaginative new collection.



Publisher: New York : HDi, c2003
Description: 175 p. : col. ill. ; 27 x 25 cm
ISBN: 9780060539948
0060539941
Branch Call Number: 728.3 Par

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Jan 03, 2012

The flyleaf defines "minimalism" as architectural design "that uses simplicity to express aesthetic beauty". Many of the 23 examples presented in this coffee table book have the aesthetic simplicity of a shoebox. The exterior and interior photographs are excellent and complemented with brief comments. The functionality of these residences is called into question by the appearance that many are unoccupied. The sites and vistas of many of the example residences are spectacular. Perhaps the perennial attractiveness of Craftsman-style homes suggest that their intimate detail and structural variety reveals the sterility of the minimalist-style?

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