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The "Modern" architectural style became popular in the 1920's and 30's and is similar and often referred to as "Art-Deco".

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Looking for a house plan that is small, simple, and economical? Here are key factors in creating a comfortable, enjoyable dwelling, while optimizing the price tag.

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Natural lighting in house design saves on electricity bills and, if done right, heating and cooling bills. Passive solar design is by far the most effective and efficient way to use the sun's energy.

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Let's face it - it is extremely difficult to reduce the square footage of a home without reducing the livability. The only way that you can really get a smaller home with the same great style is to have the home entirely re-thought and re-designed, and that takes a lot of time and money. Here are two examples of great house plan designs that accomplish this for both a larger and smaller home.

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As you can tell, this Modern Home Plan is the Skiatook. This is one book that is safe to judge by its cover. You can tell that it's got a lot of style just by watching the 3D video.

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Have you ever heard of Frank Lloyd Wright? Not only was he recognized in by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time", he was also one of the primary developers of the Prairie Style of architecture.

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Back in 2007, we started selling a remarkable Modern House Plan known as "The Barbados." Right from the beginning, we knew we had something phenomenal on our hands.

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From HGTV to Dwell, modern design is a hot topic. What might be surprising is that modern house design can be affordable -and it actually begain in the 1900s!

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According to The American Society of Landscape Architects’ February 2014 survey, the latest landscape design trends Americans want their outdoor residential landscape designs to be attractive, sustainable and low maintenance, and primarily for relaxing and entertaining. The survey asked residential landscape architects in the United States to rate the “expected popularity of a variety of residential outdoor design elements.

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