By Florian Louisette. Architecture. Published at Monday, January 29th, 2018 - 17:49:51 PM.
Look to the originality of the bold, angular roof lines that are so prominent in modern design—these are very unique. Everything from the vaulted ceilings, to the exposed structural elements, to the unusual linear elements— all equate to a unique, artistic design that you cannot help but be amazed by.
This is not to say that a modern home cannot have pops of color or added character through decor. It is just that it needs to be done in a manner that adds to the architecture rather than takes away from it.
Three new white volumes divide the patios from the new rooms in the renovated villa. Inside, the rustic design scheme pays tribute to the building’s traditional origins. The ceilings are covered with the same reeds found in the original dwelling, painted white.
Of course, this is not a design marriage for the faint of heart. One would have to be daring in order to have the nerve to try it. Obviously, it is best to attempt this only under the supervised watch of a skilled design architect. The good news is that you can have the best of both worlds —modern and traditional.
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