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VTxT’s aesthetic code of concision, clarity, restraint and refinement involves an iterative use of parsing to strip away the superfluous. The goal – to get to essentials that celebrate economy of means and precision Monolithic forms, attenuation of lines/edges, economy of material palette are some of the tools used by VTxT “to make things disappear”. Minimalism is not the end-game for VTxT. Its Less Is More ethos seeks ways of articulating the specificities of culture and place without the literal use of ornaments. Instead of creating overt formal statements, the dynamics of architectural form and space are sought to create subtle experience and more importantly, a human embodiment in design.

VTxT’s aesthetic code of concision, clarity, restraint and refinement involves an iterative use of parsing to strip away the superfluous. The goal – to get to essentials that celebrate economy of means and precision Monolithic forms, attenuation of lines/edges, economy of material palette are some of the tools used by VTxT “to make things disappear”. Minimalism is not the end-game for VTxT. Its Less Is More ethos seeks ways of articulating the specificities of culture and place without the literal use of ornaments. Instead of creating overt formal statements, the dynamics of architectural form and space are sought to create subtle experience and more importantly, a human embodiment in design.

VTxT’s aesthetic code of concision, clarity, restraint and refinement involves an iterative use of parsing to strip away the superfluous. The goal – to get to essentials that celebrate economy of means and precision Monolithic forms, attenuation of lines/edges, economy of material palette are some of the tools used by VTxT “to make things disappear”.

Minimalism is not the end-game for VTxT. Its Less Is More ethos seeks ways of articulating the specificities of culture and place without the literal use of ornaments. Instead of creating overt formal statements, the dynamics of architectural form and space are sought to create subtle experience and more importantly, a human embodiment in design.

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