Minimal, modern and thoughtfully designed, the Steel Case House is a “MoCo” update of Ray and Charles Eames Case Study House #8, built in the late 1940’s and 50’s by Arts and Architecture Magazine. Based around a “simple box” plan and combining readily available residential building components against a steel frame, the Steel Case House is an example of an open-to-the-outdoors, durable, long sustaining design. With today’s strong emphasis on conservation and unique home solutions, the Steel Case House sets precedence asa a blend of old and new, function and form, and modern but comfortable. The furnishings compliment the modern design and the artwork softens and personalizes the space.
These renderings are all created via Google Sketchup.