By Jason Romane. Architecture. Published at Sunday, February 18th, 2018 - 18:02:30 PM.
At the far end of the room, the kitchen is a marvelous example of the “hidden kitchen” look, where all the functions, aside from the cooktop and sink, are hidden behind sleek doors. It is a logical choice for a multifunctional space as it keeps things looking neat and tidy. Even the hood above the cooktop looks like an architectural design element rather than just functional kitchen ventilation.
Just as the pools run perpendicular to one another at the back of the house, the crisscrossing elements of the walkway and concrete support structures have a similar geometry. The hillside yard features small paving stones that provide a design element as well as a structure that controls rainwater flow and erosion.
Overall, modern architecture is defined by clean lines and minimalist interiors that allow the structure to speak for itself and take center-stage. The image below is a perfect example of clean and simple modern architecture.
Those who lounge on the patio are quite literally surrounded by water — below, above and in the distance. It’s the perfect environment for water lovers as the relaxing vibe permeates the entire outdoor space. The modern design is definitely softened by the inclusion of the water in the novel pool design.
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