Nowadays, low budgets in design lead us to the minimalism trend.
The word minimalism derives from the French word minimum. While the word minimum is defined as "the minimum or smallest amount (degree, quality) required for something, in architecture it can be defined as "achieving the simplest, most economical, most functional result with the least amount of materials".
Under the phenomenon of "functionality" advocated by Le Corbusier, the square meters in which people live has decreased and the functionality of living spaces has increased. The population problem brought by today's city life is reflected in city hotels as having many rooms, minimum square meters per room and high functionality. In the plan scheme, the areas were placed in accordance with the minimum square meter requirement, and the metal reinforcement rotating vertically and horizontally in the room provided functional use as well as aesthetic concern. While the metal profile turns into a clothes hanger in some places, it turns into a lighting element in others.