Analysis Of Less Is More By Mies Van Der Rohe

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Economic Severity was only one of the reason for the trend towards efficient living. The phrase less is more was actually first popularized by a German architect Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe. This quote was used mainly in an architectural context. It explores different contexts in which the quote can be applied. The main focus is on the minimal use of resources and the advantages one can gain by using less in order to create something beautiful and creative. The paper discusses the simplicity of the quote itself along with what it means in great depth about how simplicity and clarity can lead to prominent and highlighting designs. The paper states how this quote has been used and encouraged by various people who might not necessarily be in the architectural business yet believe that less is, in fact, more.
Keywords: Less, More, Minimalism

INTRODUCTION This research paper aims to explore the quote that states “less is more”. This quote was actually the motto adopted by an architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Basically, the quote itself is very simple and the meaning of this quote is easily comprehensive. This quote is unique in its own way since it is a small quote as compared to many other quotes that one might come across. Since the quote is small, the interpretation of the quote is also easy as it does not require an individual to have high levels of grammar skills that would be needed to interpret quotes otherwise since most of the quotes tend to be deep and it
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