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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Post Modern House-2

Good morning fellows! Here's the latest dream house I design.
(The Sun of opportunity never sets, that is why it is always Good Morning!)
Hey! guys, you might wonder why I post this postmodern house again since I already had this last month. If you remember in my previous post that I mentioned to talk more on postmodern house. (Here's the link to that post.) Fellows, allow me to give you some insights about postmodern architecture. But before that let me share with you my latest dream house design which I named it Postmodern house. Drum roll please!!!!!!!!!
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Postmodern architecture began as an international style the first examples of which are generally cited as being from the 1950s, but did not become a style until the late 1970s and continues to influence present-day architecture. Postmodernity in architecture is said to be heralded by the return of "wit, ornament and reference" to architecture in response to the formalism of the International Style of modernism. As with many cultural fashions, some of Postmodernism's most pronounced and visible ideas can be seen in architecture. The functional and formalized shapes and spaces of the modernist style are replaced by diverse aesthetics: styles collide, form is adopted for its own sake, and new ways of viewing familiar styles and space abound. Perhaps most obviously, architects rediscovered the expressive and symbolic value of architectural elements and forms that had evolved through centuries of building which had been abandoned by the modern style.

Postmodern architecture has also been described as "neo-eclectic", where reference and ornament have returned to the facade, replacing the aggressively unornamented modern styles. This eclecticism is often combined with the use of non-orthogonal angles and unusual surfaces, most famously in the State Gallery of Stuttgart (New wing of the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart) by James Stirling and the Piazza d'Italia by Charles Moore. The Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh have also been cited as being of postmodern vogue.
One building form that typifies the explorations of Postmodernism is the traditional gable roof, in place of the iconic flat roof of modernism. Shedding water away from the center of the building, such a roof form always served a functional purpose in climates with rain and snow, and was a logical way to achieve larger spans with shorter structural members, but it was nevertheless relatively rare in modern houses. (These were, after all, "machines for living," according to LeCorbusier, and machines did not usually have gabled roofs.) However, Postmodernism's own modernist roots appear in some of the noteworthy examples of "reclaimed" roofs. For instance, Robert Venturi's Vanna Venturi House breaks the gable in the middle, denying the functionality of the form, and Philip Johnson's 1001 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan advertises a mansard roof form as an obviously flat, false front. Another alternative to the flat roofs of modernism would exaggerate a traditional roof to call even more attention to it, as when Kallmann McKinnell & Wood's American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, Massachusetts, layers three tiers of low hipped roof forms one above another for an emphatic statement of shelter.

Source: Wikipedia

Here's another scene from this Postmodern House.....
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The land or the lot area of this post modern house is 300 square meter with a hundred square meter of building floor area. It has one master bedroom with bathroom, two bedroom with one common bathroom, living area, dining area, kitchen and service area. The owner of this house was first thinking to build this in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental, Philippines, and then he change his mind to build in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines and he finally decided to built this in Balingasag Misamis Oriental Philippines.
Folks, you might ask if this post modern house is already build. The owner is planning to built this house by the last quarter of this year 2011. So basically this is still a plan. Hopefully by the grace of our Almighty God these dream house will manifest.

My dear friends, this might not be the very best postmodern house design or the best architectural design online or the best online interior design you can see in the world or in the Philippines but for someone, somewhere it might be the best dream house design they could ever imagine. 
Folks, Every house is a dream come true. First it starts in our thoughts, in our mind, or in our dreams, then it manifest. If you are a believer of the law of attraction then you will understand what I am talking about. Now folks, are you living your dream house or shall I say are you living your dreams? The answer lies deep within you. Keep believing in your dreams. Keep dreaming. Because dreams are the seedlings of our reality.

Remember this verse from the Holy book my dear friends,
" With God all things are possible " (Mat. 19:26).

So long fellows, together we say it out loud with conviction,
In God’s name I will live my dreams.

Living the dream,
Bernard "the dreamer" Cadelina
"The architect" 

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