As far as I am aware there has never been an officially acknowledged Minimalist School of photography, it can really be filed under the use of a Low or High Graphic style or more generally Abstract.
What I've tried to do with these photos is to use an already fairly minimalist piece of architecture from the 1970's and make minimalist abstract graphic (there got them all in!) images but ones that still look like photographs and hopefully photographs of a building.
I took advantage of the bright, low, contrasty winter light just after midday.
All taken on Leica M8 with Elmarit 28mm f2.8. Processed in Lightroom.
I've had a play in Lightroom at some B+w versions of some of photos.