Modern architecture boasts the actual structure and materials used in the building vs. covering them up with ornate designs. That is why most modern designs feature elements of wood, steel and glass, in order to show-off these industrial structural materials.
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.
The simplicity of this bathroom is the perfect contrast to the stunning views. By sinking the tub into the floor, the designer allows the bather to feel as if they are washing off in the still waters of a lake.
The modern addition consists of two rectangular concrete volumes stacked behind the original home. The upper level cantilevers over the bottom floor, creating a partially covered outdoor area. The main floor features open-plan living areas.
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...
Woven coppiced-beech panels – a typical Cox touch, are used on the backs of some of the cabinets small design elements like drawers and sink unit are adorned with round copper-lined holes for opening, while the cupboards have little wooden knobs made from matching wood. Combining dynamics and expressive materials...
Create a restful, monochromatic bed for fall by picking a favorite color and layering different shades and tones of the color on the bed. You can build up from your basic neutral or white sheets to add a pop of contrast....
The style of your master bedroom should not compete with the architectural elements and the style of other rooms within your home. If you find that your preferred style does not match the overall theme of your home, try to strike a balance by incorporating different elements of both styles...
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