There are many kinds of homes. An architect can help you plan what you want if you are building.
Here are some awesome examples.
Architectural Design types
- Modernism: Ah, the sleek, clean lines of modernism! It’s the architectural equivalent of a minimalist’s dream. Forget the frills and fuss; these buildings are all about function, baby! Just try not to get lost in their open floor plans, or you might end up spending the night in the office break room.
- Brutalism: Welcome to the concrete jungle! Brutalist buildings are known for their heavy use of—you guessed it—concrete. It’s like your city was designed by a family of rock monsters who just wanted a place to call their own. Sure, it might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s a style that’ll never crumble under pressure!
- Gothic: If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you’re living in a medieval fantasy novel, Gothic architecture is for you! With its pointed arches, ribbed vaults, and flying buttresses, this style is all about drama, drama, drama. Just be prepared for the occasional gargoyle sighting. They’re just there for the aesthetics, we promise.
- Art Deco: Do you have a thing for geometric patterns, shiny materials, and ornate details? Then step right up, because Art Deco is calling your name! It’s like the Great Gatsby threw up on a skyscraper, and the result was pure glamour.
- Deconstructivism: Hold onto your hats, because things are about to get weird! Deconstructivist architecture throws conventional design rules out the window, resulting in buildings that look like they’ve been through a funhouse mirror. Sure, they might be confusing to the eye, but they’re never, ever boring.
- Futurism: If you’re ready to embrace your inner sci-fi nerd, futurism is the architectural style for you. These buildings look like they belong on another planet, or in a galaxy far, far away. Who needs a spaceship when you can live in a building that looks like one?
Put your ideas to paper and then build it.
Every detail must be in architectural drawing and plans
The planning and concept stage
Lots of windows
Very roomy living room
Home with no signs of solar
Small yard with rose garden
With large wooden deck