Beautiful Modern House Designs in Snow Country
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Modern houses in snow countries are comfortable and warm. Many people concern that a large window makes a room cold in winter. Green technologies revolutionized residential architecture. Heat pumps, efficient contemporary windows, and the right positioning for solar light and wind directions keep home interiors bright and warm in winter. House designs with large windows benefit from gorgeous views and connect home interiors with nature. Lushome shares a collection of covered in snow, modern houses that look inviting and beautiful in winter.
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Modern buildings in picturesque areas often have large windows and glass walls to provide fabulous panoramic views of the surroundings, – open fields, beaches, and lush hills. Modern house design in snow countries uses glass elements to enhance home interiors with spectacular views of frozen in winter lakes, beautiful snow-capped trees or white mountains. Large windows and floor-to-ceiling wall design are versatile and modern ideas that create unique and amazing homes all around the world.
Modern architectural projects achieve a sensible balance of environmental factors, aesthetic, and practical considerations, like solar heat, local wind directions, Green ideas, and beautiful views, and create modern homes, cottages, and getaway retreats that look and feel warm and pleasant all year around.
Modern house designs for snowy winters
Trees that lose leaves in fall and evergreen shrubs are excellent yard landscaping ideas for a home in a snow country. Individual leafless trees and evergreen shrubs help keep home interiors look bright in winter. The trees allow sunlight into rooms and provide a lovely view and shade in summer. Evergreen shrubs add depth to covered in snow yards and create attractive backgrounds for beautiful modern houses.
Glass elements for Green design
Green house designs use passive solar heat which makes homes warm and pleasant in cold winter. Large windows, glass ceilings, and walls allow the low winter sun to brighten up and warm up home interiors. Attractive landscapes and majestic snow beautify home interiors with spectacular views.
Modern architectural trends open home interiors and merge them with nature. Large glass elements add a contemporary vibe to house exterior and interior design. Huge windows, glass ceilings, enclosures, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, and sliding or folding glass doors create impressive living spaces, add character to house exteriors, and maximize the solar heat gain in winter.
The East-West axis of a site helps position a building and create the most efficient, sunny, and Green design. Large windows, doors, and glass walls are practical, attractive, and modern ideas for comfortable, warm, and bright rooms in eco-friendly homes.
North-facing windows, which should be small, add charming details to buried in snow winter homes. South-faced windows can be huge to provide panoramic views of the covered in snow mountains, trees, and frozen lakes. Snow makes modern homes with large windows appear more expensive and elegant. It emphasizes cozy traditional homes and provides a neutral background for unique architectural designs.
Roofs are another important architectural elements that can give a modern dwelling a great look and a sense of safe shelter. Roof designs add character to exteriors and protect small outdoor living spaces, – decks, balconies, and porches, from rain and snow.
Roof designs work hard in bad weather. The structure and materials should minimize the damages of natural snow melting and turning into ice. The best roof designs for a snow country reduce the number of places where snow and ice collect. Inexpensive and practical shed style roofs are the best solutions for house designs in countries with heavy snow falls.
Snow and icicles can fall off the roof, especially if the house has a metal roof. Smart roofing materials, combined with the right slope of the roof, and snow guards create safe and functional architectural designs.
Snow melts every spring, so houses in a snow country need to be raised. Hill top sites and massive rocks are ideal for keeping the basements, crawlspaces, and floors dry in spring.
Picturesque views of majestic snow and ice on trees, hills, rivers, and lakes are the great things about living in snow countries. Modern house designs with efficient contemporary windows and doors are Green, warm, and beautiful. Sunlight keeps all rooms warm and bright. Gorgeous views add a unique charm to cozy interiors and connect living spaces with nature.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 15.10.2016