With new year’s eve only a fortnight away, we thought it would be a good idea to present you with some of the best Modern House Design of 2016. Enjoy this amazing architectural designs and feel inspired to create your interior.
With a wooden framework based on a series of repeated frames, the single-storey residence nestles inconspicuously among the trees of its forested site, offering the ultimate privacy for its occupants.
The design, which takes its cues from Mexico City’s modernist and brutalist buildings, also features a lounge littered with sculpture, mismatched furniture and vermilion-red-painted details.
At the touch of a button, the chunky marble walls that surround this residence in India divide up into spinning and sliding panels, revealing a more lightweight glass facade behind.
The building provides a home and studio for a pair of artists. Arranged over one large storey, it nestles against the landscape, meaning it is almost invisible when viewed from the north.
The 115-square-metre property is made up of two identical modules, each approximately 12.5 meters long, which both sit over a pair of crisscrossing stone walls.
The house is built from concrete, textured by timber boards, and has extensive glazing that can be screened by wooden shutters. It also boasts an outdoor hot tub and sauna.
Various cutaways allow natural light to enter both the rooms and the terraces, while large sliding windows allow residents to choose how exposed they want different spaces to be.
Described as a “hanging basket roof”, the pyramid-like tower contains sedums and heaters, but also incorporates skylights that bring plenty of daylight down inside.
This small seaside holiday home by architecture studio Lund Hagem nestles against a cliff on Norway’s southeast coast.
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This mid-century holiday house comprises two buildings – one built in 1962 by Levitt Bernstein co-founder David Levitt and another added by brutalist architects Alison and Peter Smithson in the 1970s. Hope you liked it and feel free to see more inspirations and ideas on our blog.
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