Residential architecture can be very beautiful and complex. I am a big fan of complex without being busy. Our lives have depth- depth that a basic drywalled box just can’t properly represent. Designs that throw lots of ideas and patterns around in a confined space often times come across as busy and over-stuffed. This article has great examples of well-thought out designs with a clean execution.
The ideas Eric Reinholdt lists in this article are not only a good basis for design, but they are a good basis for a life well-lived as well.
- Tell a good story
- Take risks
- Sweat the details
- Establish order
- Repeat repeat repeat (be consistent)
- Break the rules
- Engage the senses
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