• Ramees Ali


Modern architecture refers to a style that was popularized from the 1920s to the 1950s, one that embraced clean lines and stark minimalism. Contemporary architecture goes beyond that to define the ever-evolving architectural styles of the 21st century. The modern home design emphasizes clean lines and geometric shapes. No more are features such as arches, ornate columns, window shutters, or any outlandish ornamentation. In place of these features that at one point spoke of luxury and wealth are simple shapes and intentional asymmetry. The opulence of the past is no more.

One of my favorite features of modern design is the inclusion of large, unadorned windows. Working in tandem with the simplicity of the building design, installing large windows of various sizes and shapes removes the spotlight from artwork or busy wallpaper and sets the focus of a room on the natural surroundings of your home. The natural sunlight will fill your home with glow and warmth, leaving you and your family happier and more excited to take on the day than a darker room might.

Project Details:

2 Storey | 4BHK House Floor

Area: 2500 sq.ft

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