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05 December 2022  |  Pure France, Architecture

Interior design; when less is more

Minimalism is a trend in contemporary art that appeared in the early 1960s in the United States. The minimalist movement featured the house of Bauhaus, a trend of the 20s created by Walter Gropius and which concerns architecture and design.

Sobriety, ode to joy and philosophy of life.

Minimalism can be a claim to consume less, to get back to basics. The space regains its full dimension and no longer leaves room for trivialities, so there is little furniture. The colors are sober and blend with the noble materials of the room. The interior exudes a peaceful and serene atmosphere. The architecture is thought out in such a way as to bring in natural light which will sublimate the room.

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Virginie Erre

After gaining a Masters Degree from the Panthéon Sorbonne, I worked as a real-estate agent for luxury properties and now am a manager with Pure France high quality holiday rentals. I am also a yoga instructor.

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