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Despite popular belief, true modern homes do not follow popular trends. Modern houses focus on structural simplicity, order and functionality — monochromatic walls, basic materials and clean architectural lines are the foundation. This style includes minimalist and Bauhaus spaces, as well as grid-like glass houses. Modern interior design emphasizes strong lines, a lack of ornamentation and minimal texture; it uses straightforward furniture and dramatic modern art to complement the stark architecture. In a modern house, lighting is a key structural element that accentuates planes and highlights focal points. Modern design is often a love-it or hate-it style — many appreciate its minimalist, uncluttered feel, while others miss the warmth and variety found in other styles.

Darren Soh
Water feature - nancy_low34

Small room idea - gracely

Maybe not the wall colour but arrangement is nice - liyana_zailan

Kitchen - The original yard, wc, store and windowless kitchen were combined to create an expanded "swiss-knife" kitchen that functions as an all-in-one space, served with natural light and ventilation from the existing yard window and the new bar opening. The same 3m long dark textured tiles clad the walls here, creating a continuity from the living spaces into the Kitchen.
Nice color but impractical for wet kitchen - joseph_lew98

Photo by Senichiro Nogami / 野上仙一郎
private pool - raghu_murthy

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private residential house designed by ipli Architects (Singapore)
Gate - tetreyes

Feature wall contrasts well with the white/creme - aman_garg11

Simple wall colouring and TV console - xian_kan

Masano Kawana
la pared de piedra - edna_gonzalez16

table - webuser_594808993

Marcus Lim

Night table in solid wood available with 1 or 2 drawers.
Look and feel - joanie_the

colours, window - webuser_257695683

Designed for a family with four younger children, it was important that the house feel comfortable, open, and that family activities be encouraged. The study is directly accessible and visible to the family room in order that these would not be isolated from one another. Primary living areas and decks are oriented to the south, opening the spacious interior to views of the yard and wooded flood plain beyond. Southern exposure provides ample internal light, shaded by trees and deep overhangs; electronically controlled shades block low afternoon sun. Clerestory glazing offers light above the second floor hall serving the bedrooms and upper foyer. Stone and various woods are utilized throughout the exterior and interior providing continuity and a unified natural setting. A swimming pool, second garage and courtyard are located to the east and out of the primary view, but with convenient access to the screened porch and kitchen.
nice modern - chantale_loh

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