As you probably know by now, we love modern architecture. We love contemporary design of all sorts, but modern architecture is something that captivates us. Today we get a look at a beautiful example known as the North Dallas Glass House. This stunning home was designed by Joshua Nimmo and recently hit the market. The home boasts 10,000 square feet of space, situated on 1.33 acres in the Hillcrest Estates neighborhood.
The home is surrounded by mature oak trees that offer a private appeal, while the home takes cues from Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House. The glass and steel dwelling sits on a smaller foundation, creating the illusion of a weightless volume. The interior features three-bedrooms with ample space, while mirroring the minimalist exterior. Details such as concrete floors, clean lines, and minimal furnishings are contrasted by slabs of Italian Calacatta marble in the kitchen, bathrooms, and main living area.
These refined details take the home to a new level and provide a sleek aesthetic inside and out. The home also features floor-to-ceiling glazing that provides expansive views of the park-like property from the living spaces. This home is nothing short of impressive and certainly worth taking a closer look at. The home is currently on the market, and you can place your bid at Dave Perry Miller Real Estate.
Take a look at this beautiful modern home in the images below and keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding contemporary design coming very soon.
Photos via Dave Perry Miller Real Estate