What's classy if you’re rich, but trashy if you're poor? by Enrique Moran
Answer by Enrique Moran:
“Oh, man! Look at all the space you’ve got here.”
“Less is more.”
“That chair is the perfect center of focus for that big, white canvas.”
This growing trend in architecture and design is called minimalism. It aims to reconcile our innate affection for symmetrical, well-illuminated visual experiences with our deepest love for simplicity in our minds. Through minimal architecture, it is possible to design places that resonate well in the rational side of our minds- as every single plane of the house has been carefully planned and built in order to follow an specific order or repetitions, empty walls, and geometric figures.
This whole (relatively new) branch has one objective: Keep it simple!
On the other hand…
“So… Uhm… Where are your things? Is the moving truck delayed? ”
“Is this everything you own???”