New Minimalist Architecture by Eduard Petterson

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As an architectural aesthetic, minimalism has influenced not only homeowners' residential designs, but also commercial spaces.By expressing fewer ideas, it is possible to emphasize them more strongly. The admirer's attention is not divided among secondary and tertiary distraction, but remains focused on the fundamental role of the space itself, be it a residential living room, an expansive sports center, a homeowner's private study, a multi-purpose educational space, or anything else. New Minimalist Architecture looks at 21 such spaces from around the world, each of which reflects the most inspired uses of minimalism in architecture today.


About Eduard Petterson

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Paris-born photographer and writer Eduard Petterson specializes in the fields of architecture and design and has contributed to several different magazines. He lives in London.
Published May 1, 2004 by Collins Design. 176 pages
Genres: History, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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On the changing rays through the Pulitzer foundation's windows, Petterson writes:""The natural light that flows into each room reminds us of the passage of time and the seasons."" (Ironically, verbose essays lace many books on minimalism.) Petterson has chosen diverse public and private buildings...

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