Taking root in the Bauhaus movement, the minimalist style has as foundation the famous “less is more” which grows in popularity. This design combines form and function by excluding everything that is superfluous. In search of sobriety, it puts aside any form of contrast and evolves in a monochromatic world by favoring the nuances of textures to those of colors. The lines are pure, the cut-outs without frills and the objects of the dailies are put away in discreet storage. The windows have no curtain to immerse the space in natural light. Any visual boundary is eliminated. The tiles are sleek and large with almost invisible joints.