Minimalist architecture. Minimalist architecture, sometimes referred to as 'minimalism', involves the use of simple design elements, without ornamentation or decoration. ... Common characteristics of minimalist architecture include: Pure geometric forms. Simple, limited and plain materials.
Minimal free form is a term which refers to the smallest unit that can exist on its own in a sentence. Words are typically assumed to be minimal free forms.
Being a minimalist means you value yourself more than material things. It means making decisions based on what you need instead of getting everything you want. It does not mean the things you buy are cheap. It means they are something you need, regardless of how much they cost.