The objective of this study is to analyze the residential space as designed by Richard Meier thereby grasping its main characteristics and historical development. Richard Meier has developed his own peculiar architecture based on Modernism. He has solved problems of modern architecture by combining the form elements of Le Corbusier with Mies van der Rohe's architecture which pursued the beauty of structure and proportiov. Meier's houses, sculpture-like in forms, are characterized by clear distinction and variations of the interior spaces. The clear separation between a large, two-story high living room and a tiny, cozy bedroom securing the privacy, endows the interions with variation and vitality, while simple white walls reveal the good shape of the space. The houses also unfold the diverse spaces one after another as one steps into inside. His interiors, shaped by simple walls and settled functionally, has inherited the rationality in modern architecture. Richard Meier has established his independent working world by applying his own design method and languages based on the rationality in Modernism.
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