The term modern house design is associated with original architecture, unique designer decisions in terms of the interior, as well as complete harmony between the building and the environment.
A good example for modern house design is the design of a house in Irkutsk, Siberia. The two story building can be called a glass house, since glass is the predominant material in its configuration, giving the house an unusual charm, thus turning it into a prime example for modern house design.
The icy Siberian field and the icy complexion of the glass are in perfect harmony. In addition, the glass creates many more possibilities, both for the design and the comfort of habitation. It lets the light in and lets the light into the home, amidst the cold surroundings of the Russian North. The combination of metal, glass and wood in the house gives a sense of elegance and stylishness. White and pastel colours, grand baroque furniture, silver accessories, mixture of styles, which has in result made for a home with an original outlook, substandard and interesting. And this is what the basic characteristic of modern house design is – for the house to have its own “face”.
The biggest accomplishment of the modern house design is in the way the house has come to relate to the surrounding natural landscape. This Siberian house is a prime example of this trend. Nature has simply become part of the house’s exterior. The majestic pines are the landscape’s background, which stands out from the bedroom window view. The trees look as if they peek in the living room windows, watching what’s going on inside like the faces in a painting. Natural materials in the interior configuration are the most logical continuation of the nature’s presence in the house’s scheme. That’s exactly what the modern house design should be like – one with nature and a part of it, just as nature is bound to the house in its own right.
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