Completed in a Hungarian town in 2011, this modern home is an example of how sometimes, simplicity is best. The two-tone house, designed by Bauer Polla Architects, was constructed on a parcel of land lined with grapevines, with a nearby mountain acting as a scenic backdrop. Aside from the dark gray and wood-grain paneling on the exterior, the sheet metal that covers the roof and the simple white plastered surfaces, the home is devoid of much decoration and its straightforward floorplan makes the most of the available space.

+ Bauer Polla