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Clear simple lines and shapes are pretty much what the minimalist concept is about in art and also in architecture. This post-World War II style represents according to some a desire for just the essentials, nothing else.
Cesar Rubio, courtesy Envelope Architecture + Design
Envelope A +D upped the industrial feel of this warehouse setting by demarcating meeting spaces with atypically institutional-looking green and blue rubber flooring. Glass partitions give the offices a sense of openness.
Cesar Rubio, courtesy of Enevelope Architecture + Design
Envelope Architecture and Design uses a minimal approach to its design concepts.