There are many iconic moments which have defined The Sims franchise since it’s release in 2000 – everyone remembers their first time playing with The Goth family, meeting the town cassanova Don Lothario, or perhaps their not-so-pleasant experience with the Landgraab family.
One of the many things people will remember from their countless hours of playing with these pre-made families is the houses that they lived in – we all have a soft spot for this!
Angie’s List has paid homage to Sims houses throughout various iterations of the franchise to ceelbrate the 20th anniversary of the video game franchise. The team has curated 6 instantly recognisable homes and have rendered them in CGI, so we can get a glympse to see what they’re like in real life!
The Goth House – The Sims 1
Architectural style – Neo-queen Anne-style house
The Pleasant House – The Sims 2
Architectural style – Stockbroker tudor-style house
The Caliente House – The Sims 4
Artchitectural style – Mediterranean-style mansion
The Landgraab House – The Sims 4
Architectural style – Modernist-style mansion
The Smith House – The Sims 2
Architectural style – New England-style house
Don Lothario’s House – The Sims 2
Architectural style – Modern condo
How phenomenal is it to see these houses re-imagined through the power of CGI?!
If you want to learn more about all of the inspiration behind this, you can read more about their approach and inspiration at the Angie’s List website – they’re the masterminds behind this!
Which one of these iconic homes would you want to live in?
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