This kind of selected modern house designs that coming from the most shared and liked designs on Facebook Page. Normally this are modern house models that not any one can afford, but don’t stop fantasizing and keep working, some day this may be your home design. Wish you will love this small collection.
Elegant Modern House Design + Plan
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The Modern House Museum
How these types of historic sites can deal with costs, problems, and societal changes within an Instagram era.
A corkscrewing designing in the Arizona desert, the David and Gladys Wright House offers an extraordinary pedigree. Built-in 1952, that three-bedroom nautilus of a house, created by architecture icon Frank Lloyd Wright for his child, is one of a small number of curved designs that foreshadows the contours of the Guggenheim Museum.
It appeared like a shoo-in for preservation, especially after local attorney Zach Rawling purchased the house for $2.4 million in 2012, keeping it from the wrecking ball. Rawling experienced grand plans to make a museum and wedding venue, and despite community resistance to presenting a new social organization down the stop, he appeared on the verge of success.
There have been even plans announced last summer to donate the home to the institution of Architecture at Taliesin, which Wright founded, turning the residence into a “living laboratory” and reconnecting it with the architect’s legacy.
That plan fell through last month. Rawling and Taliesin battled with fundraising-Rawling had a need to increase $7 million by 2020 for the contract to work-and without financial support, the house again came back to the open market, requesting $12.9 million.
“I believe it’s highly emblematic of the issues any historic house faces,” says Liz Waytkus, professional director of Docomomo, a preservation business centered on modern architecture. “The suggestion that a non-profit can produce $7 million dollars … it’s extremely difficult, especially in the U.S., where non-profits receive hardly any, if any authorities support.”
Relating to the David Wright house saga highlights many and Waytkusconditions that make conserving historic homes-especially those of recent architectural vintage-a costly and challenging undertaking. Lots of the modernist small homes considered pilgrimage places for structures buffs, such as Mies vehicle der Rohe’s Farnsworth House or the Cup House by Philip Johnson, face considerable maintenance costs and the continuing problem of convincing people to come-or followers another.
“You must continue steadily to inspire visitors to visit and spend their money,” says Waytkus. “People view these places as structures to see once in an eternity.”
Flexhouse by Advancement Design
This four story, 173-square-meter waterfront home includes a distinctive white glass façade that will do to attract anyone’s attention. There’s an open up kitchen-dining-living space on the floor, two sleeping rooms and bathrooms on the first floor, a studio room with two large terraces on the next floor, and a garage and power space in the basement. You will find glass wall space on three edges to blend in to the encircling foliage. The concentrate of the look is to increase outdoors views from all living areas of the home.
- Task architect: Progression Design
- Type: Residential
- Position: Completed
- Year of completion:: 2016
- Location: Switzerland
- Area: 173 square meter
- Space: Kitchen, eating, lounge, bed rooms, bathrooms, studio room, underground garage