I’m often asked whether the best architecture for my home is based on its origins or if it should be influenced by its surroundings.
I’ve always been a fan of modernist architecture, but when it comes to the design of my home, the answer is often both.
And, for the past couple of years, I’ve been designing for my own style of home.
This week, I’m sharing some of my favourite architectural inspirations with you.
I’m always intrigued by the way people use modernist architectural elements and how they incorporate them into their design.
The idea of building a house as an extension of one’s surroundings is something I’m fascinated by and often try to emulate.
A modernist house with a traditional roof and garden can be quite different to an older house that was designed for a modern lifestyle.
If I had to pick a single example of a house that I like to build, it would be the home of the future, a building that will stand the test of time and be a testament to the influence of architecture and technology in our society.
Modernist architecture is not always about simplicity, but it’s also about creating a space that’s accessible, flexible and livable.
In my home designs, I tend to use elements that are meant to help people feel more connected to their surroundings.
For example, I think the shape of a doorway helps people feel less alone.
It creates a sense of place.
An interesting aspect of my work is how I try to incorporate materials and materials that will be useful for people in different environments.
As I mentioned before, my home was designed in the future and my house is the result of that.
The house is intended to serve as a reminder of the times, as well as a way for people to explore it.
When it comes down to it, architecture is really about design.
I’m interested in using the techniques and materials I’ve learned as a designer to make a product that’s functional, aesthetically pleasing and aesthetically beautiful.
How do you make your home look great?