Contemporary architecture has no clear limits on the range of styles it encompasses. The easiest way to define contemporary architecture is a house built in the current year following the current trends. Due to the amount of overlap in its design, this style is often mixed with other modern architectural styles. Contemporary homes tend to have more movement or organic forms, or will blend different styles together in an unusual manner. Generally, when designing a contemporary home, it pushes the limits of materials and construction methods that are be used in its given time period


•Follows Current Trends
•Shows Movement in Massing and
Organic Forms
•Pushes Limits of Current
Construction Methods