Archive for January, 2012
Minimalism The minimalism is characterized by extreme simplicity of its forms, ample and stripped, clean lines, basic geometric shapes and neutral colors, seeking balance and harmony from the minimum. The Origin of Minimalism The characteristics of Minimalism Some details and ideas to consider
Zen, through simplicity, aims to achieve harmony and tranquility necessary to require these modern times. West finds peace in his philosophy interior design and gardens, with a minimum number of resources, ordered spaces, light colors and simple lines. Zen seeks to move away from excessive ornamentation and “Baroque”. The balance achieved is given by few [...]
To understand the Zen applied to the decoration is essential to know in advance the basis of Zen as a way of life or spiritual discipline. The true roots of Zen mystic and philosophical are in the life and teachings of Buddha in the sixth century BC, and even further back, to the spiritual traditions [...]
The Zen style is emerging as the fashion trend in architecture and interior design. The people are looking for, achieving harmony and peace needed to relax and meditate. Many eat sushi, others practice tai chi chuan and some are dressed in kimonos. More and more adherents to the customs and Eastern philosophies. The fashion and [...]
When the Chinese mind came in contact with Indian thought in the form of Buddhism around the first century AD, two parallel developments occurred. On the one hand, the translation of Buddhist sutras stimulated Chinese thinkers and led them to interpret the teachings of Buddha Hindu light of their own philosophies. Thus emerged a very [...]
The stripped area, predominantly white, as the centerpiece of the decor, with stays cold and impersonal, says goodbye to give way to kitsch and gaudy desacartonado. One trend that has been moderating in recent years, but which had the clear break with the minimalism and the search for a new concept of always extravagant kitsch. [...]
To achieve a multicultural wave setting is not enough to add objects of different regions. The pieces should be placed promptly in a space, in addition to blankets, to show them off. The ethnic spaces can follow different styles. Finally, the touch that will characterize the space. Furniture can be contemporary lines, although with a [...]
The trips are a good resource for parts that make the personality of living space. If the items refer to personal experiences, roads traveled, experienced travel places that hark back to memories, space denote an even more special. Masks brought from Africa living with Morocco and colorful tapestry of India killims, achieve a true meeting [...]
(The fabrics can bring ethnic style without much detail.) The favorite colors are, generally, or the range of earthy reds, from burgundy to orange. However, black and white spaces also achieve a good framework for the fusion of cultures.
(Right: One or two objects of the world in a context with terracotta and orange colors can give us an excellent framework background.) The ethnic style is one of several trends that make up the modern interior. Sometimes, defining the space marked characteristics, and others, accompanying other styles, with touches that set it apart only.