Less is More
If minimalism is about designing smarter, doing more with less, and reducing design to the fundamentals, it relies on getting basic design principles right.
simplicity and objectivity.
We wanted to reduce design to the fundamental, the essential, the necessary, and to strip away the ornamental layers that might be placed on top.
Minimalist designs tend toward more whitespace, better typography, grid layouts, and less color.
Simplicity of style in artwork, design, interior design, or literature, achieved by using the fewest and barest essentials or elements to maximum effect.
Clean & Simple
Monochromatic color scheme, which is actually a feature of this office, offer us fascinating effects and its beauty can not remain unnoticed.
Sharp lines within the open plan design complimented with silver, black and white tones lead the eye through the building and help further open the space.
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away" -Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1944)