The Graham Residence Features Intricate Imbalanced Architecture

 - Jul 16, 2011
References: cobbarch & mymodernmet
The word "asymmetrical" is commonly used to described imbalanced designs, wedding gowns or even architecture like the Graham Residence created by E. Cobb Architects. This stunning abode showcases the modern, open-concept style that E. Cobb Architects is known for within its designs.

Architectural marvels like the Graham Residence aren't your average neighbor's house. With unbelievably high ceilings, enormous windows, touches of nature and a medley of materials, the geniuses at E. Cobb Architects have really outdone themselves with the Graham Residence.

Implications - An appropriate combination of modern touches and traditional elements has continuously proven to the be most favorable among contemporary consumers. Such consumers continue to appreciate modernity within product designs, yet are not fully willing to give up traditional style altogether.