Modern modern house, the idea of the home, has gained popularity with young people and has been a trend in recent years.
With the advent of the digital age and the proliferation of apps, this is now possible.
But while the modern home has been designed to last for a lifetime, it is a work in progress.
A new documentary, Anne Frankhouse: The Modern House, explores how it came to be.
In the film, Frankhouse, who died in 2017, and her husband Frank, a renowned architect, discuss how modern design, in a word, is not for the faint of heart.
The film tells the story of an architect and his wife who wanted to live in a house that had a purpose and would last for decades.
The house, which Frank called the “modern house,” has a sleek, modern design that incorporates many modern conveniences.
The home includes a full kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom and kitchenette.
The living room is divided into three levels, the master bedroom, the second bedroom and the third bedroom.
In each room, the house is built to resemble a traditional Victorian, the same style as the houses that are often seen in museums and art galleries.
Frankhouse’s modern home in a traditional house The family has lived in their modern house for nearly 25 years.
In 2016, the couple decided to move to a bigger house that was closer to their own backyard.
They decided to get rid of the old Victorian structure and build a modern home.
In their original house, they lived in a two-story structure with a front yard.
In 2018, the Frankhouse family moved to a two story, one-bedroom, two-bathroom house.
The first floor of the new house is occupied by a small bedroom and a bathroom.
The second floor has a larger living room and dining room.
The kitchen has a full bath and a kitchenette in the living room.
A staircase leads up to the second story of the house.
Anne and Frank have two bedrooms on the second floor.
They also have a full bathroom.
Frank has built a staircase up to their third floor.
The staircase leads to the third story.
The third story houses an extra bedroom.
It has a bathroom and a laundry room.
There is also a bathroom on the first floor.
This is where the Frank house is named.
The structure has two bedrooms, a full-bathtub, and a second bathroom.
A walkway connects the third and fourth floors of the Frank home.
The family used a staircase to reach the attic of the third floor and then a third-floor balcony.
The attic also has a second, smaller balcony.
An important feature of the attic is a fireplace.
Frank and Anne’s living room has a fireplace and fireplace stove.
The two bedrooms have a large, open-air fireplace and a fireplace stove, with a wall of light.
The Frank house also has two closets: one with an extension cord, which holds a book, and another with a small pantry.
The new living room opens up onto a deck that includes a deck chair and a dresser.
The main living room also has the standard kitchen and living room spaces.
There are also a large bedroom, dining table, and dresser, plus a second bedroom.
A window overlooks the Frank family’s backyard.
Frank’s family built the house by hand.
In her autobiography, The Real Anne, Frank described the work of her father, who was a landscape architect.
“He used to say, ‘If you have a good idea, get a contractor to do it,'” Frank told the film’s producers.
“It was a very hard, very expensive, and very labor intensive project.
But he said that if you build something like this, then you have got to make sure it is worth doing.”
Frank house in progress Anne built the Frank House on her own after her husband died in 2016.
She was working on a new home when her husband, Frank, suggested the house be built by her father.
Annes father, Frank Herbert, was a prominent landscape architect who also built the iconic Hoover Dam in the early 1960s.
The Hoover Dam was built in 1932, when Herbert was working as a landscape and architecture consultant.
Frank Herbert told the filmmakers that Annes mother and sister had been working on the project.
Annie and her sister were the first to build the house and they started it on the day before they were due to leave for the trip to Europe.
They went back to the house after a day and built the first floors.
The whole house was done by hand, which is why Annes home is so unique.
Annette and her father made sure that the new home is as sturdy as they could.
They were careful to get as many materials from as many suppliers as possible, including recycled lumber, wood from an old car, and even an old pair of sneakers.
They built the home in four stages.
The top floor has an attic and