By Manu Marianne. Architecture. Published at Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 - 14:16:57 PM.
Even better, when it comes to exterior house design, you have plenty of options for materials. Wooden facades, for one, have gained increased traction in the past few decades because of their natural appeal. They can come in handy if you’re looking to create large structural “blinds” which can protect your home from direct sun, especially if you live in areas that receive lots of sunlight. Glass, on its side, also comes with lots of decorative and functional benefits. That’s why it’s usually used to give a home a modern look and feel as well as blur the lines between indoors and outdoors. Commercially talking, industrial design architects often use exposed concrete.
These houses are constructed with sections or modules that are manufactured elsewhere and then assembled on site. Using this modular technique helps to save money and time. Prefabricated houses can be just as spacious as a conventionally built house, and they are beautiful and friendly to the environment.
If you think you need large house, full of different elements to have gorgeous and impressive modern home, you should think again. This small minimalist home and its creative design will show you how to build simple but impressive and cozy home. Take a look!
Modern houses use concrete, exposed bricks and glass to create a light and minimalist effect. In a city such as New Delhi, which has an extreme climate, or a house in a hilly region, the use of a large amount of glass would greatly reduce the insulation of the house, resulting in additional expenses for heating or cooling the interiors. When you are designing the interiors, you want to use every inch of space efficiently.
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