Metallic Structure Houses With A Modern Look – Efficient Design
Metallic structure houses developed in parallel with people’s need for a more efficient way of living, with the latest trend being to think beyond the mundane and the usual. The last few years have seen a distinct shift from the expansive and the opulent to the minimal and the understated. Homeowners are now happy to move away from lavish residences in urban centers to more modest homes in semi-urban locations. Stylish, sleek, lightweight and adaptable metallic structure homes fit this billing perfectly. Constructed using a sturdy steel frame, these smart homes are quickly becoming a popular choice among those looking for efficient, eco-friendly and economically viable alternatives. Here are several metallic structure houses with a modern look.
The first plan shows a modern house, featuring a captivating design with overlapping volumes and a façade displaying a different chromatic texture. The two story house spreads on a total living area of 122 square meters and has, on the ground floor, a living rooms with adjoining dining and kitchen, besides a bathroom and storage facilities. The living opens onto a patio for unique moments in the family’s or friends’ company. Three bedrooms lie on the first floor, with the master bedroom housed by the protruding volume. The turnkey ranges from 52,000 to 66,500 Euros, depending on the finishes.
The second example is a house built along modern lines in which bodies blend in a harmonious design, fit for a young family. The house, much larger, spreads on 210 square meters and features a generous open space on the ground floor combining the living, the dining and the kitchen with direct access to a 30 square meter patio. A bathroom and a study lie on the same floor while upstairs two of the three bedrooms share a beautiful wide balcony. The turnkey price ranges from 97,000 to 124,251 Euros depending on finishing works.
The third plan describes a two story house, on 177 square meters, featuring a classic design, but sporting modern lines, such as glazed spaces in different shapes and sizes. The house features the same large open space on the ground floor and a guest room which can also become a study. On the first floor, three bedrooms share two bathrooms, with two protruding balconies imparting dynamism.