Bauhaus Less is More
This was the motto of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, an advocate of minimalism in architecture.
Mies began his career in the prestigious studio of Behren, where he worked with two other great modernists, Walter Gropius and Les Corbusier.
Mies was called one of the four European functionalists along with Gropius, Le Corbusier, and Oud by Alfred Hitchcock.
Mies was a skilled propagandist with his popular aphorisms, and his most famous aphorism was clearly “Less is more”.
His idea was to combine the worker-class housing elements elegantly, along the lines of what today is called “minimalism.”
It is still commonly used today, even by those unaware of its origins, Mies' minimalist style and aphorism "Less is More" has been very popular for almost a century.
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