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Modern Architecture an Architect Would Live In

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 21, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Cori Magee last modified Sep 20, 2012

It's always interesting to see how different creatives design their own lives. For example, how fashion stylists dress or which art an artist hangs on their own wall. But, how amazing is it to see the homes that iconic architects designed for themselves?! The Eames Home "Case Study House No. 8" (above) became the home and workplace of Charles Eames and his partner and wife Ray. The Frank Gehry Home in Santa Monica, CA (above) was constructed in 1978. The Gehry Residence may appear a bit tired today, but it remains one of Gehry’s more popular projects Located in Brazil, the home above is "Casa Das Canoas" by Oscar Niemeyer. Originally built in 1953, this modern home remains a major participant in progressive design to this day. If we could sneak in and furnish the living room of any of these three homes, this is what we imagine: Possini Euro White Marble Base Arc Floor Lamp , Howard Miller Easton Wall Clock , Zuo Heywood Triple Natural Wood Bench , Zuo Fortress Collection Black Leather Sofa , Zuo Haxby Walnut and Glass Modern Coffee Table ,  Ikat Print Orange Throw Pillow , Small Glacier Glass White Vase ,  Smoke Velvet Square Pillow , Laine Wood and Faux Leather Dining Chairs If you could design your own home, what would it look like? We'd love to help with your modern furniture and lighting ! Images: Design Crave , Sunrise Musics






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