Architectural Designs for Your Home

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Many people devote so much time, money, and effort in making their houses beautiful. Some are hands on with the every nitty gritty details that go along with their construction that they pattern their homes to famous architectural designs that have been a part of history. Are you afraid that such designs may not look very pleasing in a residential area? It’s risky but you will be surprised at how it can give your house an elegant touch that will leave your neighbors in a trance. If you’re planning to do the same thing, then you’re in for a treat. Here are five popular architectural styles that can be used for home design inspirations.

  • Innovative

innovative-design

Since we’re in the age of computers where almost everything has become digitalised, many people are drawn to the futuristic trend. Most houses are made of glass windows, with air conditioned systems and spiraling staircases, similar to 30 St. Mary Axe Building found in London. Try this on your house to make it look classy.

  • Expressive

Modern-House-Design

Free flowing is in fashion in this contemporary age. It is a fusion of futuristic and imaginative approach where you are entitled to merge the digital vibe with his or her own creativity.

  • Overlooking

Abteiburg Museum

This architectural style’s roots are traced in the post modern age where houses are situated on higher places to get the owner a closer view of his or her surroundings. It will make you feel like you’re on top of the world just like the Abteiburg Museum in Germany.

  • Bay Regional

boke house

If you prefer to live in the suburbs, a little closer to nature, this type is the one for you because of the mild climate that it brings. It gives you peace of mind and the opportunity to do other activities because of the very wide space. Take the case of the Boke House in Berkeley, California. It is made of wood and is suitable for a life on the country side.

  • Gothic

The pointy and curvy style of roofs back in the medieval times is still found in some modern houses today. An example of such would be the Lavenham Houses in Suffolk, during the reign of King Richard II, where new houses are also patterned. It will make your house look simple yet formal.
Imagination holds no bounds in a good architectural design. But you have to consider your land, labor, capital/financial and entrepreneurial resources to make the most out of your home.

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