The front view of the house is the face of the house which describes the identity of its inhabitants. Some of the facial designs of this house have made the front of the house appear more attractive. These designs can be alternative ideas for you who are planning to renovate or build a dream home!
- Minimalist House Face with Cantilever
Minimalist housing can appear more expressive through attractive designs that are applied to the front of the house. The presence of a cantilever or a more prominent face of the building makes this minimalist front of house look unique.
- Hollow as a House Face Shield
The front view of this house is coated with a second skin (secondary skin) which is composed of hollow iron lattices. The application of secondary skin on the front view of the house aims to dispel the sun’s rays, but can still take advantage of the natural air from the surrounding environment into the room. It’s so unique guys!
- Closed House Face
The application of the face of a closed house follows the development of modern home designs that prioritize functions. So as not to lack air supply and natural lighting at the top of the dwelling ventilation holes installed.
- Simple Minimalist House Face
Another alternative to making minimalist home fronts look more attractive is by playing an exterior paint color composition. Red paint tucked in between neutral colors managed to make this minimalist front of the house look more dynamic. So simple!
- House Face with a Wooden Lattice
Unlike the previous hollow iron, wooden lattice is mounted vertically so as to produce a unique accent on the face of this contemporary natural-style house. This vertical lattice actually acts as a barrier or barrier to the wide window mounted in front of the building. It’s so classic!
- House Face with Roster
Protecting the face with roster not only adds to the aesthetics of the face of the building, but also can save energy. Roster is an entry point for outside air and natural lighting into the room, thereby reducing electricity consumption for lamps and air conditioners during the day. So cool right!