The absence of superfluous elements and the search for the greatestefinement in architecture and interior design are the premises of theiverse proposals presented in this volume. Pure geometric forms, clearurfaces, repetition and a minimum number of compositional elements are theredominant aesthetic obsessions that can be observed in these works. Thisook offers practical examples and creative ideas for those seeking to create home environment in line with one of the most important maxims of theentury: Less is more.The facade of the building remains unaltered except for the recession of the new entrance door leading to the raised ground ... Gaps in the floor drain water from the shower mounted directly on the wall, and brimming over the edge of the bath.
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