AEC COLLECTIVE: Minimalism Interior Design

Standing out in today’s world can be difficult. Buildings are getting bigger, brighter and more visually complex every day. Still, there is a segment of leading architecture and design that is sticking out by scaling back.

Minimalist design is making a comeback because of its change of pace. On today’s MarketScale AEC Collective, we took a look at some of the most preeminent structures, ones that are showing the world that buildings do not need to make viewers do a double take to be stunning.

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Too extravagant for minimalism but worthy of a shout out.


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