Contemporary homes sure have become the homes that a lot of people prefer to build these days and of course, it is something reasonable since contemporary homes can offer great elegance from the design applied to them.
If you also want to build a contemporary home, you can get some design ideas by looking at the designs of the contemporary homes reputable architects designed.
One of the homes you can get some design inspiration home is the Maison 2G, a contemporary home designed by Avenier Cornejo Architectes, a Paris based architectural firm.
The fascinating Maison 2G was completed in 2012 and it constitutes a 2,325 square-foot contemporary home which features a simple and clean wood-clad exterior.
The wood-clad exterior makes the house look astonishingly unique and interesting as it looks quite different than numerous others contemporary homes other home owners build today.
Located in Orsay, France, the astonishingly unique house has a lot to offer including the following amazing things you can find in the house.
As a contemporary home designed by a reputable architectural firm in Paris, the Maison 2G has a quite unique design as it is looks as it is actually clad in wood. In fact, the house has wooden walls and the walls are not created similarly to how wooden walls in many other houses are created.
The wooden walls themselves are not the only wooden parts the contemporary home has since the home also has wooden floor outside the house.
In addition to having uniquely designed wooden walls and floor, the house also has a wooden balcony and moreover, wooden kitchen vanity is also present in the house.
However, not all of the parts in the house are wooden since the house also has an elegantly designed red chair which, instead of being made from wood, is made from modern materials.
The house also has a quite elegant pendant in the kitchen and in addition, varied types of electronic equipment can also be found in the house. To see the fascinating design of the contemporary home, you can see the pictures taken by Stephane Chalmeau, Cristobal Palma.