Architecture, dream homes

Modern single-family house in the middle of the big city

modern single-family house-big city Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

A modern family house in the middle of the big city is a real challenge for every architect – the living space is basically limited and you have to develop the project with a lot of attention to the details. The architects have really tried to not only find a practical solution for the limited space with their design, but also to create a beautiful construction that attracts attention. The result is a dramatic architecture concept that is characterized by high flexibility and can always be adapted to the needs of the family.

Modern family house with an interesting construction

Single-family house-rectangular-construction-garden Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

Located in Sandringham, Australia, this superb modern home was created through innovative construction and the architect at Crone Partners took all customer requests into account modern family house designed that seamlessly connects the outside with the inside. Functionality and appropriate proportions give the building a modern look that differentiates the house from the other houses on the street. The entrance can be reached through a small path. The house itself is an interesting combination of rectangular shapes that are skillfully connected to one another. On the one hand, they offer a great view of the area, but on the other hand they protect the private area of ​​the residents.

Modern family house – minimalist interior design

gray sofa built-in fireplace living room Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

A modern family house should above all offer comfort for the whole family – and so the architects decided to glaze the facade and thus create a bright ambience. Large sliding glass doors seamlessly connect the inside – with the outside area and depending on the weather, you can spend your free time in the garden. The room furnishings are minimalist, with light colors and natural materials defining the interior. Wood was used in abundance, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The modern architecture is definitely a good example of sustainability – the cooling and heating systems are environmentally friendly. Interesting, comfortable and spacious – this is what a modern single-family home looks like from the Crone Partners Architects the end.

Wall unit in the living room

Wall unit-wood-living room-family house Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

Practical large white kitchen

white-fitted-kitchen-large-window-family home Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

Single family house with glass doors

modern facade family house window Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

Modern house in Australia with a minimalist facade

modern-architecture-single-family-house-glass facade Photographer: Derek Swalwell & Peter Clarke

 An old cleaning shop converted into a modern single-family house