I’ll let you in on a little secret: All architects love minimalism — all of them. We firmly believe that good design comes from removing the unnecessary elements and stripping the forms down to the barest essentials. Michelangelo once said, "Carving is easy. You just go down to the skin and stop." He created his sculptures by removing the marble that wasn't part of the art. That's what minimalism is: You chip away until you find the purest form within. That's simple, right?
No. Any designer will tell you that simplicity is the hardest thing to achieve. Plus, we can charge more for it.