Archive for the ‘Modern Home Design’ Category

This Skylight House is located in Chicago, Illinous is a modernist brick house built in 1979. Although it is included in a historic house, in fact it is in sharp contrast to the historic houses around it. Renovated by DSpace Studio, the client wanted an open floor plan filled with natural light as well as the addition of three new floors. From the Architects, This modernist brick home built in 1979 stands in playful contrast to its neighboring historic row homes. The new owners wanted a total renovation with an open floor plan filled with natural light as well as  [ Read More ]

There is one simple question that is sometimes difficult for us to answer, what is the definition of an ideal house for you? Is that a modern house with complete facilities? Is it a large, rustic, comfortable house? Or a simple house filled with happiness? In this case, I believe people have their answers. But imagine if humans are forced to live on Mars, our neighboring planet distant and lonely. Regardless of how many hundred or thousand years into the future, we have often heard about this discourse, but only this time the plan for a future home has been  [ Read More ]

Modern homes today make it possible to integrate between indoor and outdoor. Like this amazing tree house filled with light from outside. Named Casa Cor, this is one of the many home designs that go far beyond interior design. Located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Suite Arquitetos is successfully combining two different concepts of space. In the photos you can see well the lines and solutions given to space, I find perfect integration between the surrounding environment, such as external and internal meetings, rips in the walls of the room, wooden boxes that wrap around the bedroom, and the way they  [ Read More ]

I like the house renovation in north London by Merrett Houmoller architects which converts almost all parts of the house, if you do not want to say a massive improvement. Given the name Cornerstone House, he opened the back, add extensions were amazing and incredible landscaping work to a large terraced house. This project aims to mediate between the typical character of the existing house, and the new extension without losing its original characteristics. Opening the back of the property is also expected to create a dramatic kitchen / living room, with a dining room housed in a new extension.

At present it is difficult to find a residence that is truly stylish in the middle of the city, but the collaboration of DKO and SLAB architecture has added a bold, masculine touch to the vertical black metal facade in Australia. Named the Campbell Street residence it looks like a pair of urban townhouses generated from case studies in dense urban architecture. To make it happen, a plot of land measuring 76 square meters was converted into two, each consisting of a bright three-bedroom vertical residence. Located in collingwood, Australia, each house consists of six levels, including a basement, a  [ Read More ]