Interior Designer Arts Exhibition Shows How Maximum Impact Can Be Done With Minimalism

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    Interiors Interiors Mar 13, 2017 11:08 AM EDT


    Interior designer arts exhibition highlights the beauty of designing meaningful art while just using minimal resources. The concept of creating designs that stand out usually involves using a myriad of materials to achieve a strong impression.

    This is not the case with the interior designer arts exhibition hosted by Japanese artist Kazuhiro Yamanaka. According to ShanghaiDaily, Yamanaka will feature his "Visible X Invisible" arts exhibit at the Power Station of Art in mainland China.

    The interior designer arts exhibition will feature some of Yamanaka's iconic art pieces such as "Collapsible Moon", "One Thousand Nights" and "Handkerchief Light." For Yamanaka, the challenge of minimalist art is coming up with a design that shows more by using less.

    Yamanaka urges interior designers to create designs that generate "maximum impact with minimum use of material." While not many are buying into the minimalist approach to design, it just might be the ideal option, not just for home owners, but for the environment as well.

    According to ThePulse, consumers are using up more resources that the planet can produce, to a point that it's no longer becoming sustainable for the environment. It's reported that the demand for natural resources is becoming more than what our planet can produce.

    This leads to consumers doing more harm than good to the environment. Fortunately, minimalist interior designer arts can also be applied to all types of households. In fact, utilizing a minimalist design in houses and interiors is an art form in itself.

    After all, it is quite a challenge to be able to express more with less, which makes achieving such a task worthwhile. Yamanaka's interior designer arts exhibit can give some ideas in getting the most out of minimalism. The Power Station of Art exhibit runs all the way through May 2, starting from 10am to 6pm.

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