The Minimalist design series is close to our hearts, so it is with great pleasure that I share this backstory.

Practicing minimalism takes discipline, an eye that seeks peace in simplicity, and a mind that finds comfort in clarity. Elimination and refinement repeated over and over lead to most successful minimalist designs, or most successful anything for that matter. All unnecessary elements are shed during the design process.  All that is left is dictated by  function and streamlined to perfection,  concentrated to essence.

Minimalist 2 visualization


Jin Otagiri's minimal house.


Jin Otagiri's minimal interior.


Skylight, an inspiration for the accent wall.


Few elements used in Minimalist 2: linear wall light, cobalt blue ceramic wall tiles and geometric bathtub.


Saving the best for the end: detail from Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye.

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