Here is the Techbuilt Prefab Country House Interior Design by an European Designer Karim Rashid, the digital and capitalist ages come together in this 1956 house. As we known, the Techbuilt houses were part of a democratic movement in home architecture that started with the “Modern Homes” kit houses from Sears in 1908. For the Interior panel system, Karim Rashid purchased the Carl Koch-designed, yellow and blue panel system house over the Internet. Originally, this house could be built in three days, based on a panel system and post-and-beam structure. There are no first or second floors, a radical concept at the time just a basement and an attic in a split concept on a single poured-concrete slab. The Windows could be placed anywhere in the grid of panels so that each owner could customize their house for site-specific views, sunlight, and ventilation. Karim Rashid furnishings and design spirit fuse perfectly with the primary color scheme. The playful refuge is filled with one-off furniture and a custom designed blobular pool. Please take a look from some inspirational picture below to gets an interior decorating ideas.
Techbuilt Country House Living Room Design
Techbuilt Country House Bedroom Design