The 1970s interior designers were among the first to incorporate modern technology in the design of the homes, and they were the first in the world to embrace the idea of “futuristic living”.
The early designers used digital media to bring their concepts to life, and modern design has become increasingly influenced by digital technologies.
A modern day example is the futuristic design of homes such as the House of Crayola, which is based on the idea that it would be easier for people to work from home than it would for them to sit and wait for their food to be delivered.
But it was the modern designers who were first to create “fantastical” design.
The 1970s saw a wave of “cosmopolitanism” and “post-modernism” in the US, and many people were attracted to the more sophisticated designs.
This meant that people would go to great lengths to incorporate technology in their home, including incorporating electronic devices such as televisions and computer screens into the walls.
In the 1980s, the trend of “home-to-work” style design became more prevalent in the UK, as well as in the United States.
It also helped that the early home design was so innovative, as designers were able to incorporate new ideas into their designs.
One of the most influential designs in the early 1980s was the “house of the future”, a sleek, futuristic design that was designed by architect Alan Parsons.
Parsons’ design, which was inspired by the 1970’s and early 1980’s, is described by his co-author David Gandy as “a modern house with a modern future”.
But the home that Parsons envisioned was not only designed in the 1960s, it was also built on a “sustainable” and environmentally-friendly site, which would be suitable for humans.
In 1984, the House and Garden Museum in London published the book, “The House and the Garden: An Architectural Odyssey” which described the early designs of the House.
It was in the House that Parsons was inspired to create a futuristic design for his home.
The house featured a circular, glass-roofed, “spacious living room” with a high-tech screen and a high ceilings, which Parsons described as “the modern home of the Future”.
The first model of the home was designed in 1968, and it was named after the “Golden Age” of British design, as it was based on a concept that was more in line with the post-modern design trends of the time.
The House of the Past design was the first of many futuristic home designs created by Parsons, and the “future house” was the beginning of the modern home.
Parsers’ house was built on “green, sustainable and sustainable-design principles” which was a key part of the design process, which included using natural materials to create the building.
It also used “tiger-bio-inspired” materials such as glass and metal to create its architecture.
In the 1970, Parsons developed a concept called “The Garden”, which was based around the idea to create an environment where people would work from their homes.
The Garden design was based loosely on the ideas of the “Green House” in Paris, which uses glass and solar panels to create indoor gardens.
And it also featured a “cage” which would house all the furniture and appliances.
The “Green Garden” was later followed by “The Home” design, in which it was a new idea that had a “fantasy” feel to it, according to the House Museum.
It wasn’t until the 1980’s that a more modern house style was developed by the likes of Robert Merton, whose designs have become iconic.
Merton, who was the founder of the British design firm Merton Architects, introduced a “sparkling” modern design to Britain.
The Sparkling Modern House was created by Robert Mertons team in 1982, which featured the use of glass and natural materials, including a “biofrost” system to create new, sustainable materials.
The modern style was also inspired by a “Green Home” in London, which used natural materials such the earth and wood to create homes on a site that would be sustainable.
In 1982, the Merton House was awarded the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society award, which made it the first house in the history of the award to be awarded this honour.
Mertons’ “spending” on the project meant that it was “not only a new and innovative design, but it also offered a great opportunity to bring new life to the garden, to create something that could be looked back on with nostalgia”.
Merts’ design was praised by the British Architectural Association as being “the most influential and significant contribution to the modern design of a modern house”.
The “Sparkling Modern” design