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Classical style homes are inspired by the
architecture found in ancient Greece and Rome
featuring columns, ornate molding, and pediments.  
These classical elements have been incorporated
into many luxury home plans.
They boast a sense of old-world aristocracy or
modern day wealth and success.
The term Minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture, wherein the
subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalistic design has been highly influenced
by Japanese traditional design and architecture. The works of De Stijl artists are a major
reference: De Stijl expanded the ideas of expression by meticulously organizing basic
elements such as lines and planes.

Minimalist architectural designers focus on the connection between two perfect planes,
elegant lighting, and the void spaces left by the removal of three-dimensional shapes in an
architectural design. More attractive minimalistic home designs are not truly minimalistic
because these use more expensive building materials and finishes, and are larger.