Inside MNM: Minimalist Interiors

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Harper Collins, 2003 - Architecture - 175 pages
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Minimalism continues to be among the most popular themes in interior design.  Inside MNM: Minimalist Interiors explains minimalist concepts and concentrates on private interiors. This guide includes dozens of sophisticated photographs and introductions to each chapter written by leaders of this extraordinary, contemporary design movement. All the examples featured in the book have one thing in common: they feature the essential, but use the minimal. 

 

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Contents

ScharValkanover House Blum Grossenbacher Grossdietwil Switzerland
58
Casa AM Elena Mateu Pomar Barcelona Spain
66
Alexander Residence EOA Elmslie Osier Architect New York USA
74
Dirty House David Adjaye Adjaye Associates London UK
80
Gillett Klinkowstein Residence EOA Elmslie Osier Architect New York USA
100
Subaekdang Seung HSang IROJE architects planners Seoul South Korea
110
Two Houses in San Diego Sebastian Mariscal MS31 inc San Diego California USA
118
Casa Sala Tonet Sunyer Barcelona Spain
134
Ryan Apartment PTW Architects Sydney Australia
142
SteinFleischmann House Jacques Moussafir MoussaTir Architectes Associes Paris France
156
Loft A Carlo Donati Milan Italy
164
House in Fukaya Waro Kishi K Associates Kyoto Japan
170
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About the author (2003)

Born in Barcelona, Jaume J. Nasple studied Political Science and Japanese Studies at the University of London. He has travelled and worked extensively in New York, The Middle East and Japan.

Kyoko Asakura studied Psychology and Interior Design in Tokyo, and has been working as a freelance writer and editor for different media, mainly Design magazines and TV companies.

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