Rejected house and more decorating

M TS rejected my SciFi house. They say it’s boxy. I have uploaded it here, you can find it under modern houses.

It is actually based on a house design for a suburban area in London. It was a very narrow lot, hardly room to walk between the houses. The way the moderator said it, it’s almost like a boxy house automatically is bad architecture. That’s not the case. Even though MTS does not like something it doesn’t mean everyone else has to agree. What is good design? We could discuss that subject for days and still not be able to reach a conclusion.

Well … always nice to have something exclusively for you people visiting my blog. I cannot upload this for TSR either. All the SciFi building blocks are package files. I’m quite happy with the result. It is boxy on one side, but some houses actually are. It just means you have to consider that when placing the lot. If you have industry on one side of your lot in RL, that’s not something you want to see is it?

Enough about that subject. I have been working a lot on my walk-in-basement, Buried Alive lot the last few days. It’s a very big house. I fixed the staircase issue, leveled the entire basement to only 1 floorlevel, and decorated most of it. The glasshouse at the top now has lots of room. The basement is also very big. It must be 5 or perhaps 6 bedrooms, the master bedroom has a changingroom or frontroom, it’s own bath and walk-in-closet. The house has 2 livingrooms, totally 4 bathrooms, play/gameroom. At the moment I have a style issue. It’s a very modern house, but the master has a quite classical style decoration, and the house is colorful. Perhaps not what would be the case in a house with that glass house at the top. I have to consider that when decorating. It’s still no CC. I have some more pictures for you.

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