Minimalism and unity with nature

By Admin | Building Materials
14 April 2016

greatest popularity of this style acquired in the late 90's - early 2000s, and this was associated with the growth of the middle class, who wanted to get rid of the accumulated baggage chaotic world view, reset and record your success in the mainstream tech.It has been noticed: the intelligent and successful people, so its interior is minimalistic.With regard to the principles of building space, it is still the ancient philosopher Plato, pondering the notion of architecture, he said that this art is subject to light and shade.Minimalism - a style that best fits this definition: all the lines of the interior and exterior of buildings are constructed with the light and shade, this is what makes clear the form and composition - clear.Hence, too, a minimum of decoration and fine accents.

is noteworthy that at the same time (in the 90s of the 20th century) gives the company Knauf construction and architectural industry is another term - the renovation, which is based on the principle of dry construction.

Thanks drywall and complete systems, with equal standards of quality and size, as well as a clear principle of technological, minimalism is even more in demand.This is evident in the perfectly flat ceilings and walls, bulk and precast floors.A single standard material used dictates the size of the space under construction - a geometrically precise and linear.Walls are painted on the plastered drywall in monochrome or natural shades and create a sense of freedom and restraint.The integration of the material in order to build the necessary architectural elements - walls, built-in niches and consoles, window slopes, providing architects and designers to achieve the purity of style.

Organic Architecture - close minimalist architectural style, which at that time also popular.For him, too, it is characterized by the purity of form, carefully and organically integrated into the natural landscape, with maximum use of natural materials.All buildings organic architecture designed to uncover and highlight the beauty of natural materials.This architectural tasks implemented in the first half of the 20th century American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.However, previously formulated by his compatriot Louis Sullivan (founder of modernism and rationalism fan), based on the provisions of evolutionary biology in the 1890s.Buildings of Frank Wright, for example, "Prairie Home" reflects the idea of ​​maximum integrity and closeness to nature.

Wright believed that the shape of each new building must comply with its specific purpose and the unique environmental conditions for which it is intended.He was convinced that the main purpose of architecture - to serve people and society, and therefore it should be to combine both art and tradition, and innovation, and advanced building technologies.With Wright agreed, and many other architects, such as the Finn Alvar Aalto.Wright believed that the modern building techniques and materials have significantly altered the usual canons of beauty architectural works that were formed over thousands of years.Knauf company pursues the same goal - to help build living space quality, safe and convenient for people to make a home beautiful, durable and environmentally friendly.A constantly developing technologies, which focus on the conservation of the environment and security of the home, pushing the company forward.

more about the evolution of the drywall here.