In the past Minimalissimo already showed you some of the great work of John Pawson. Now I would like to inform you about a big exhibition about the overall work of the, by the The New York Times entitled, “The father of modern architectural minimalism”. Pawson, emerged in the 80’s, is known for his rigorous process of reduction, creating designs of simplicity and visual clarity.
‘John Pawson – Plain Space’ runs until 30 January 2011 at the Design Museum, London and shows Pawson’s career with big photographs, detailed models and other resources that hint a the reductive process of the British minimalist architect. The models are very nice, and often large; they are build big enough so that cameras can be placed within and used to test out in advance the interplay of light and shadow.