Located in the heart of Houston, this Texas Family home is not your run-of-the-mill residence. The modern abode measures 5400 square feet in size and is designed by StudioMET Architects' creative team. The home boasts a contemporary and layered look that is accented with asymmetrical rectangle elements, seen all over its facade.
This large-scaled residence features an industrial design aesthetic and is home to a large kitchen and living and dining areas that are designed with an open concept plan in mind. The Texas family home is designed to house more than one family unit and boasts a practical interior layout. Its interior relies on simplicity and functional details while its exterior facade appears more eye-catching and unconventional in its look.
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