In the late 1980’s Minimalistic Architecture became synonymously popular in cities like New York and London. Architects and designers created objects using white, large spaces and minimum elements. The concept and idea behind minimalistic architecture is to ‘strip” everything down to its basic nature in order to achieve simplicity. All parts and details are reduced so that no one can actually remove anything to make the design better. Also, the movement of light exposes the modest and clean nature of spaces.