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“Form follows function” is one of the most important principles that govern modernist designs. The need to simplify forms originated from the rapidly growing cities that required an alternative to traditional construction. A fuss-free approach incorporated new materials like reinforced concrete and steel for building structures. As a result, houses could have large windows, flat roofs and could be cubic or even cylindrical. The use of new materials meant that the height of structures could reach far beyond any before. Other movements like Bauhaus, De Stijl, and Futurism also form part of Modernism, adding depth to the style.
The Difference between Modern Interior Design and Contemporary Interior Design
It is certainly easy to confuse contemporary design and modern home interior design. One of the main differences between contemporary and modern design is the age above all else. Contemporary design refers to what is currently new and innovative while modern design refers to a specific era in design history. Presently, architects and interior designers alike use modern elements in contemporary design. This is similar to a modernist revival, but mustn’t be confused with the mother modern movement of the 19th century. Contemporary interiors are a blend of styles past with a healthy dose of technological advancement.
Modernist artists rejected the traditional idealistic view of realism and decided to create expressive artwork in vibrant colors and unlikely forms instead. Abstract art, cubism, and Fauvism capture the essence of the early modernist perspective; a reaction to outdated traditions and the growth of an industrialized society.