The De Stijl movement posited the fundamental principle of geometrical shapes combined with a strong asymmetricality and the predominant use of pure primary colors.
De Stijl is a Dutch art movement named after De Stijl magazine. This magazine was a project run by artist and publicist Theo van Doesburg in 1914.
In 1924 Theo van Doesburg published the manifest “Working Towards Visual Architecture”.
This manifest concluded that neoplastic architecture should be elementary, economic, functional, formless, non-monumental and dynamic.