Special Contemporary Prairie Style House Plans

May 4th

Contemporary prairie style house plans – hello friends! In our article today we have for you some ideas of furniture and accessories prairie house. So you can see how they look in modern prairie house. A Prairie Style house is a home, designed in keeping with the architectural style known as the Prairie School.  Typical features of the exterior of a Prairie Style house includes strong horizontal lines. A low-pitched, hipped roof with wide overhangs, and “band” of windows.

Yard Contemporary Prairie Style House Plans
Yard Contemporary Prairie Style House Plans

The house seems to be spreading over the earth instead of soaring into the sky. Its roof is almost always hipped or sloping down on all sides. And this downward slope tend to be underestimate rather than steep. Moreover eaves or edges of the roof often extends considerably beyond the walls. Seem to reach to the ground. Finally, the windows of a contemporary prairie style house plans often arrange in wide bands. Which further emphasizes the building’s horizontal lines.

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Wright and his followers believe that a house style should serve the owner’s comfort. And also provides maximum functionality. Thus, the interior of a contemporary prairie style house plans  generally has a wide, open space, which forms the main living area, a conscious repudiation of the Victorian tendency to divide the houses in small spaces.