By Marcellette Valerian. Architecture. Published at Monday, July 17th, 2017 - 02:13:44 AM.
A second outdoor patio surrounds the pool. It also separates the living and dining areas of the home from the rest. Being right outside the kitchen, the patio can serve as an extension of the kitchen for grilling. Its proximity to the powder room is also handy for pool users and visitors in the rest of the yard.
What’s not to love about modern architecture! We have proven that modern designs are unique, warm, inviting and open creations of structural beauty. Even better, you can add traditional elements into a modern design and get the best of both design worlds.
To keep it simple, modern architecture focuses more on industrial metals such as steel, concrete and glass (innovative industrial developments of the time). While contemporary design may use these same elements, its designs are considered new, re-thought, or forward-thinking. Clear as mud? With all that being said, the two designs will always mix and mingle with one another—even in the images in this article.
Before we get into the details of the design, we should first present the context. This is a house that’s deeply integrated into the neighborhood, being raised on an inner lot, hidden behind neighboring structures. That means it has limited street access and, in addition to that, the views don’t really do much for it since they’re mostly obstructed by the other buildings.
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