Minimalism, at the root level, is a concept that transcends the frontiers of trend or fashion. It is a philosophy that stems from the Japanese Wabi Sabiís aesthetic of voluntary poverty, and the spirituality of Zen philosophy, which propagated possession of only the essential, moving away from material eagerness. Over the last decade, minimalism has flowed over the brim of spirituality into everyday living, with more and more people becoming sensitive to spiritual concepts such as these.
 
We have found from experience that bringing in this philosophy brings in a feeling of tranquility, simplicity, peace, harmony and honesty, and attains maximum value through a space that is minimal.