Modern design in traditional houses

Our world today has drastically changed from back in the 20th century, all sorts of machinery with the help of technology have been invented to make work easier for human beings, however traditional ways of carrying out tasks are fading and very few parts of it have been preserved. Architecture has been broken down into many categories to fit the lifestyle of people in a particular place at a particular time. The two main ways of recognizing these are; Modern architecture and traditional architecture. Modern architecture is known as the movement of architecture that began in the 20th century, it is also architecture that is characterized by the simplification of forms and subtraction of ornaments, modern architecture can be some of the most futuristic, colorful, innovative designs ever. Modern architecture these days there are so many materials that architects can use to create different effects on buildings.

On the other hand traditional architecture are mainly classified as historical buildings that have a lot of character and culture incorporated into them and artists were commissioned to put some color into the building giving each one an individual stamp. Can modern and traditional architecture coexist? In today’s world anything is possible for example Instead of painting beautiful designs on the wall, one can just use wall paper instead which can be replaced or removed at anytime. The thin line between modern architecture and traditional architecture is that Modern architecture explores mainly with the interior features whereas traditional architecture is mainly worked on the exterior features (Campbell, 2011). Therefore modern architecture and traditional are definitely able to coexist. Just as every living organism evolves from specie to specie, similarly architecture has evolved over the years from traditional architecture to modern architecture.

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