This is a spectacularly luxurious modern home constructed in Indian Wells, California. Set across a vast 5,300 sq feet surface area bordering the Palm Desert in Coachella Valley, it looks fit for a king.
This contemporary style home, was designed in 2017 in Wilson, Wyoming by Carney Logan Burke Architects, for a young family.
This midcentury inspired vacation home, is situated at the bottom of Mount San Jacinto. Sprouting out of the warm desert canvas of Palm Springs, California.
From the street, Jac House is just an idyllic Victorian cottage from 1907. Little would one know that this quaint villa in an inner suburb of Sydney has had a major modern extension added to its rear.
This 1940s mid-century home located in the middle of Warrandyte State Park near Melbourne, Australia, has had an extremely interesting history.
The house and the block of housing surrounding it was originally built in the 1940s to serve as an alternative school. However, in the 1960s much of the premises was destroyed in a fire.
A-Frame Houses are all one-storey residences that have been planted to rise from the ground.
Based on midcentury modern design principles. The homes are fronted by a climactic, two-story A-frame with shingled roofs.
This breathtaking midcentury glass home in Brentwood, Los Angeles, was designed in 1958 by Case Study architect Craig Ellwood.
It stands out not only for it’s splendour, but also its uncommon floor plan.
Completed in 1959, this gorgeous midcentury modern home was built to rest in the midst of the architectural haven at the end of Nichols Canyon Road in Los Angeles, California.
Eichler Homes renovations are often a labour of love, this Eichler in the Fairhaven Neighborhood in Orange, is no exception.
This careful update to the original, designed by architects Anshen & Allen in 1963, was necessary to meet modern living standards.
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
Marika and Tony weren’t initially looking to buy a Frank Lloyd Wright house. Instead, they were hunting for a waterfront cottage in a suitably quiet area.
However, as many of our other readers have experienced, it was love at first sight for the couple after their first viewing of the Eppstein House.
Built by Yunakov Architecture, this house is right out of the Frank Lloyd Wirght playbook: low-pitched roof, overhanging eaves, horizontal lines, a central chimney, an open floor plan and clerestory windows.
This home is quintessential Frank Lloyd Wright. It was built between 1958 and 1960 in Minneapolis for Paul C. Olfelt, and his family.
In the Palo Alto Hills this gorgeous Eichler home lies off the beaten path. Embodying the iconic midcentury modern style.
This stunning Joseph Eichler home was bought by two lifelong mid-century furniture collectors to house their enormous collection. Built in California in the 1950s, it’s a typical mid-century Eichler house.
If it has mahogany panelled walls then it’s almost definitely a Joseph Eichler home.
This beautifully renovated home located in the Rancho San Miguel neighbourhood in Walnut Creek is an exceptional revamp of an original Eichler home design.
Ryan and his wife are the lucky owners of an apartment in one of this Eichler buildings in San Francisco. Initially attracted by its peculiar facade and minimalist look, Ryan tells us how they got to discover, and love, more about their building and Joseph Eichler’s work.
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