Designed by architect Desmond Ong on a minimalist concept the Singapore residence has had its wall removed so as to provide the feel of open space. It is light airy and seemingly spacious. By avoiding bulky interiors and furniture the design has been given a sense of added openness. Usage of light colors and large glass windows gives also adds to large space outlook. The bedrooms and the bathroom designs are kept very simple while the open glass windows provide fro a green view outside.
Unless you have a housekeeping service or love the country cottage look. Relaxing clean lines are easy to live with and maintain. If you eliminate the silk plants drapes knickknacks and ornate furniture you will also eliminate most of your dust.
The exteriors appear to have well separated from interior compared to contemporary western houses. The Mop house has got enough space to contain a family of four or five. Seems to offer a wonderful visual treat once you set your eyes on this contemporary residence.
Located in Spain in the heart of a pine forest this white building offers celestial views that are certain to make you drool. Created by AABE and dubbed the the theme of the house is to prove that large is better — obviously considering that the designer thinks that proportions these day come as key in the modern design of the house.
The glass wall that separates the exterior from the living space offers unobstructed views of the scenery lying close to the location of this magnificent house. The designers have given due weightage to decorations interior and exterior both alike. The living room gets a wonderful blend of differently-colored lighting together with leather furniture and grey fur on the floor.
Located in the famous Hollywood hills in California the house has risen to the top of the yardstick on which modern buildings are compared. Whipple Russell Architects‘ brain must have had an extremely challenging phase while designing this massive structure. The house has got lots of luxury without compromising on residents’ privacy.
The modern House B-Wald by Alexander Brenner is located in Stuttgart Germany. Welcoming owners and guests with a dark gate flanked by two anthracite walls the modern residence displays its volumes and architectural details topped off with a red roof. The project area sums up 1616 square feet and is composed of several volumes sheltering the living spaces pierced by glass walls and huge windows.