We present a modern house which deserves to be highlighted, since its cost is lower compared to other styles and qualities. Therefore, it has the advantage of having a faster construction and greater functionality. It optimizes the interior spaces because it is built based on the needs of the inhabitants. This prefabricated house has two modules of steel chassis.
Being a premade house Modular flat roof can be moved to the desired terrain, a very important point nowadays. It is mainly suitable for small spaces and within the city. It has a flat roof and a floor. Inside we can find a kitchen, dining room, bathroom and two bedrooms, and if desired, you can also add a terrace optionally.
At its facade you can appreciate the architectural design of straight lines, simple, aesthetic and current appearance. The entrance door was made of plated steel enamelled in white and inside it has interior doors in smooth pine and stainless steel cranks. We can see that the main window is wide and the doors are of less height than the conventional.
The windows are not necessarily very big because the space is reduced and in this case the environment can be easily illuminated. Of course in the modern style we will not find ornaments, highlighting the simple forms contrasted with the blank space thanks to the painting of the walls.
We can enjoy a bedroom full of lighting and repeated use of white to simulate a larger space. And also, we will highlight the floor in floating floor Oak. In the bathroom we found the enameled toilets in white with some contrasts in dark tones. In the living room we find white walls, lighting and decoration in contrasting dark tones. As we said before, the design obeys fundamentally functional criteria, that is, the house is projected from the inside out.
One aspect about structure of modern houses is that they do not hide their materials since the structure is independent of the covers. We leave the rest of the images so they can enjoy them and of course use them as an example for updates in their respective homes.