This home is in New Zealand and is a great example of modernist architecture, the straight lines dominate the design in both interior and exteriors, as well as in the decoration and furniture. The tones, black, white and beige create pleasant atmospheres and minimalism is the rule to follow. Parallel and perpendicular lines to a well defined outer different heights, textures and colors that mix and overlap, fitting like a puzzle. Interior and exterior are confused and internal spaces are uncovered as with the dining room of the photo. The light goes everywhere and the walls are windows that open outward. Around the house has open plains, devoid of vegetation, bodies outside the house. Interior and exterior are confused simply by opening the large windows.