Our dreams of home lie at the core of the eternal wish for a state of protected warmth and it has both physical and psychological dimensions. The physical dimensions is all too obvious and manifests itself according to the environmental surroundings with the need for shelter, protection from elements and material comfort. The psychological dimension is much less tangible in nature yet more fundamental and constantly present and is born out of multiple factors like character traits, our backgrounds amongst others. This side to ourselves is a crucial part of what makes our dreams of home.
An integral part that minimal design can achieve is the fact that in its reduction of physical elements and geometric arrangements, space is cleared for multiple implied meanings. This lack of a single interpretation or experience to a space is stimulating to the mind and allows for various moods and characteristics to emerge. The physical less is a psychological more.