With tan-orange walls, attached garage and a spacious loft, 742 Evergreen Terrace is not just a regular suburban tract house, but one of the most iconic cartoon structures in history. Housing none other than the Simpsons family, the famed building appeared in every episode of the show so far with little changes to its design. However, marketing agency NeoMam decided to challenge the classic model and embarked on a creative journey to demonstrate the diverse American architecture styles by transforming the Simpsons house. From Victorian to Art Deco, the series covers a range of most exemplary styles in architecture, while the familiar shape of the Simpsons house serves as the perfect "blank canvas" to showcase different aspects of each arrangement.


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The original design

#1 Victorian

Victorian

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Lillian Chesak 2 weeks ago

Love how you can see homer with a beer can peeking around the corner

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#2 Art Deco

Art Deco

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Phil Boswell 2 weeks ago

We have a handful of houses just like this down the hill from us ;-)

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#3 Tudor Revival

Tudor Revival

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Beaver-Moose 2 weeks ago

This house actually looks awesome!

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#4 Contemporary

Contemporary

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riley.girl 2 weeks ago

I want this house!!!

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#5 Mediterranean

Mediterranean

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riley.girl 2 weeks ago

This is so original!

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#6 Log Cabin

Log Cabin

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Hans 2 weeks ago

But this would require to relocate the house to a scenic lake.

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#8 American Colonial

American Colonial

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Hans 2 weeks ago

And they did not even forget the bended antenna...

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