Minimalist Rooms

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Harper Collins, Aug 17, 2004 - Architecture - 176 pages
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Examining 31 minimalist rooms that have been created and reinvented by architects all over the world, Laura O'Bryan presents a profusion of images detailing the innovative synthesis of functionality, light, mass, space, and aesthetics that merge in minimalist design. Each interior is informed first by its practical use, then by its natural environment, resources, and technology to define clearly articulated, visually stunning rooms. The deceptively simple facets of minimalism are investigated in this book, delighting and inspiring both professional and casual readers.


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About the author (2004)

Laura O'Bryan was born in London in 1951. She studied design in Brighton, England and has her own interior design agency. She also collaborates with different architects, specializing in interior design.

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