This week, the Latest Sale team discusses the simple charm of minimalist architecture. We are reporting from the Architecture Business Directory that focuses on the latest trends in the industry.
Though the history of minimalist architecture dates back to the De Stijl and Bauhaus movements in the early 20th century, it began to truly gain popularity following World War II. Revered architects such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe also laid the groundwork by paring down the structures and giving them a sleek appearance.
Today, minimalist architecture is identified by its clean geometric lines and plain materials. Moreover, open spaces paired with neat components create a sense of order. The cohesive and streamlined aesthetics of these buildings also add to their simple beauty and charm.