Modern house plans include a range of styles, ranging from the stereotypical “concrete, steel, and glass” look to subtle or exaggerated variations of historically older house plan styles.
Technically, the following styles are all modern styles:
Postmodern Finding modern house plans can be a bit challenging because of the loose definition of the term, but after a few initial searches you should get a feel for which sites have better offerings than others. Keep in mind that a site with the largest number of plans is not necessarily the best resource.
There are specialist designers focusing on modern plans, who may offer you more interesting and individual designs and smarter service. It just requires a bit more digging to reach the smaller studios. That said, looking through a large site’s collection of house plans can be a quick and efficient way to refine your ideas for what you seek in a modern plan.
Personally, I’m a big fan of modern house plans, because they tend to have larger windows and open floor plans, which provide a flexible and spacious living experience. Even if your house doesn’t look like a “modern” house from the outside, the interior layout of modern house plans makes it worthwhile to take a look at them.
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