Good morning, today I’ll write something new for me, and very known for you. I love also great architecture and that’s my passion, too. So, today I’ll write and talk about Modern Architecture. Very interesting, it isn’t! Today, in this article I’m answering your question from Instagram.
Modern Architecture in history…
The birth of modern design came with the thought that form should follow function. This idea started with architect Louis Sullivan who designed buildings for the 1893 Chicago World Fair.
Other popular pioneers of modern architecture include Frank Lloyd Wright, Staatliches Bauhaus, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier.
Times for your questions about this theme!
Q1: Does the style of home architecture have to be in the interior of the home?
Of course not! And remember that very well. Because you always stick to the famous proverb: “Do not judge a book by its cover“. The interior of the house can be decorated in a modern style or in any other style. Visit more about the styles on my page by clicking here.
Q2: Are modern homes cheaper to build?
Of course not. The modern construction of your home is very expensive. That is why most people opt for traditional house construction because you can go much cheaper and inside a traditional house, you can apply a modern style.
And here in the next picture, you can see how exactly look like traditional architecture.
Q3: What are the characteristics, and how to recognize modern construction?
- Clean, minimal lines;
- Broad roof overhangs;
- Walls of glass and large windows;
- Open and well-defined floorplans;
- Modern and traditional building materials;
- Asymmetrical designs.
Q4: What is a modern look like? Can we say Vintage in the ’50s is modern?
The most popular modern design era is the mid-century modern era of the 1950s and 1960s.
Q5: How look like Art Deco design, and what is it?
Art Deco is characterized by rich colors, bold geometry, and decadent detail work.
These red marks, I mark for you to see where is exactly Art Deco style. And how you can use it in your rooms.
Here is the next few pictures about how to look like today modern architecture:
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