Minimalist Style

  • Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "Iris"

    Published 09/04/13 in People
    Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "iris"

    This kinetic sculpture is currently on exhibition at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "Iron Canopy"

    Constructed from steel, aluminum and polycarbonate, this is a kinetic sculpture currently on exhibition at SculpTour in Suwanee, Ga.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "Jet Stream"

    Constructed of steel and aluminum, this sculpture was inspired by mechanical flight and is currently on exhibition at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport.   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Phil Proctor, "Linkage"

    Commissioned by the Carter Development Group/MARTA, this sculpture is installed at Lindberg City Center MARTA Station and symbolizes communities linked together by urban transit.   See the Image

  • Bathroom: A Natural Retreat

    This waterfront Montauk home features a calming neutral color palette and minimalist design, including in its spa-like bathroom.   See the Gallery

  • Fire Pit: The Glass Pavilion in Santa Barbara

    This modern minimalist masterpiece appears to hover weightlessly above an expansive green lawn, while walls of Starfire glass encase nearly every room, dissolving barriers between interior and…   See the Gallery

  • New York, N.Y.: Living Room

    Published 02/19/13 in Houses
    Bright and Open Living Room in Manhattan

    The cheerful and bright living area is directly off the kitchen. The space is complete with 11-foot ceilings, wide-plank flooring, a wood-burning fireplace, and incredible views of the surrounding…   See the Image