A home to people is a getaway from the everyday stresses that working and the outside environment brings you. Contemporary homes became popular in the 60’s and 70’and it takes history to define a movement. Modern Home, Interior Designs & Furniture Designs Ideas.
Many people find bodies of water to be peaceful and soothing. Looking out onto open water can calm the soul. Some people across the globe have uprooted from the shores and have chosen to live on the water. For homeowners, houseboats are a bit of an enigma and there are… Continue reading
Tiny homes are popping up across the U.S. as many people look to live with less, reduce their carbon footprint or of course save money. But living in a tiny house is not for everyone, it has its benefits and drawbacks. Less square footage, less stuff and less responsibility may… Continue reading
In the United States, water is increasingly being used as a valuable resource for house construction and particularly in floating houses which are also referred to as houses on the water. Houses built on water these are gradually becoming an innovative and popular housing option in the country and especially… Continue reading
The modernism architecture, or modern-era architecture was born in western Europe in the 1920s from the precedent breaking work of modernist architects like Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe in Germany and Le Corbusier in France. Modernist architecture breaks away from cookie-cutter design and traditional aesthetics; it… Continue reading
Finding the right design for your home is very important. A home to people is a getaway from the everyday stresses that working and the outside environment brings you. Contemporary homes became popular in the 60’s and 70’and often follow a geometric pattern. The term “contemporary” is a changing term… Continue reading
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