✔ 3D Tours
✔ Video Walkthroughs
✔ Photorealistic Renders
✔ Latest Edition of Building Code
✔ Modern Construction Details
✔ 48-hr Customization
✔ Free Cost-to-Build
✔ Free Construction Toolkit
✔ Free Energy Cost Calculator
Contemporary House Plans
Modern architecture is a style that emerged in the early 20th century and is characterized by a focus on simplicity, functionality, and minimalism. It is marked by clean lines, geometric shapes, and a lack of ornamentation. Modern architecture often incorporates new materials and technologies, and seeks to create a sense of openness and connection to the surrounding environment. Modern home designs have a sleek and streamlined appearance, with flat roofs, and rectangular shapes. Modern style houses may also incorporate large windows and glass.
Transitional architecture, also known as contemporary architecture, is a style that combines elements of traditional and modern home design. Transitional architecture seeks to create a sense of balance and harmony between the past and the present.
Overall, both our modern and transitonal home designs focus on simplicity, functionality, and minimalism.
What makes a house design an heirloom house? Simply put, beautiful designs are cherished and maintained. We integrate traditional architectural themes that are proven to last and we pair that with modern amenities and construction best practices. All of our designs feature modern construction details and get updated to the latest version year of the International Residential Code (IRC) annually.
Tired of seeing the same home plans on every website? We curate and design all of our home plans in-house and maintain them exclusively so you can find that unique single story house plan with a window over the kitchen sink.
All of our plans come with tons of furnished pictures, video walkthroughs, and interactive 3D tours so you can get a sense of scale and flow that nobody else offers. We also produce custom interior renders and walkthroughs so you can see the space with your chosen material finishes.
Whether you're interested in a modern farmhouse, more of a traditional style two story house plan or a plan with an ADU suite we've got you covered. The secret to the popularity of our plans is to pair outwardly classic American heritage style, with internally modern features like open concept floorplans and home offices and study spaces and indoor-outdoor living. We design our homes to cater to the core human needs; shelter, heat, nourishment, beauty & socialization.
Nate, (our chief designer) has a background as both a structural engineer and a commercial MEP coordinator so every plan is designed to be easy and affordable to build. We minimize extra foundation corners, we maximize use of trusses and simple rooflines wherever possible. Every single plan has a coordinated route for mechanical ductwork and plumbing stacks.
Our beautiful floor plans are designed and engineered to be cost-effective while providing cutting-edge luxurious features. Whether you need a 1 bedroom or a 5 bedroom home plan or anything in between we have what's right for your family!
Don't let the idea of building stop you from living life at its fullest; whatever it is that excites about building one of our custom homes can be found within each one -- luxurious design options such as outdoor fireplaces and wrap around porches combined with the latest in building science, materials and technology make us stand out among the dated plans you'll find elsewhere.
Our mission is to empower you with the knowledge and tools to build your custom dream home without getting taken advantage of by the predatory construction industry. When you call us, you actually talk to the house designer. We’ve invested to develop free tools like cost-to-build calculators, the construction toolkit and will be here to answer any and all of your construction related questions as you begin your journey.
If you still have questions, we’re ready to help! Get in touch today to discuss your dream home.
Call us on 800.577.0345 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.