The contemporary Ramp House, by Studio MK57, has a characteristically Brazilian modernist edge to it.
Located in São Paulo, it was designed by Marcio Kogan and Renata Furlanetto.
This mid-century house is a delight.
The minimalist façade, composed of simple slats of wood, painted in a gentle combination of light blue and white painted wood, is as fresh as they come.
A well considered mid-century modern house in Houston.
This house features luxury materials and decorations while keeping its mid-century spirit alive.
Chile, this contemporary style home offers us a masterclass in pure form.
Dubbed Casa Kübler, it was completed in 2008 by 57Studio
The Avocado Acres House is a lovely modern take on the traditional mid-century home. Located in Encinitas, California, and completed in 2015, it was built by architect Lloyd Russell.
This delightful home sits in a small patch of woods two blocks away from the University of North Carolina Campus in Chapel Hill.
Completed in 1955, it was designed for the Julian family by notable mid-century architect George Matsumoto.
The mid-century modern Hill House, recently received a drastic renovation by architecture firm The Archers.
The only significant features remaining from the home’s earlier iteration -which had fallen into disrepair- are the steel beams, the window frames, and the central fireplace.
Annie and her partner Jamie, bought their mid-century house in the Melbourne district of Beaumaris, to be their guardians and protect it for the next generations of owners to come.
The Booth House was the first house designed by the great mid-century modern architect Philip Johnson.
Completed in 1946, and built for the young couple Richard and Olga Booth.
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
This home is quintessential Frank Lloyd Wright. It was built between 1958 and 1960 in Minneapolis for Paul C. Olfelt, and his family.
This Frank Lloyd Wright house is among the few houses to have been relocated.
Originally situated on the bank of the Millstone River in Millstone, New Jersey, it now resides all the way over in Arkansas.
The Sol Friedman House is among those designed by Frank Lloyd Wright which the architect described as “Usonian”.
A term used by Wright to refer to his vision for the landscape of the United States.
This Eichler was built on a larger scale than the typical Eichlers we’ve come to know and love.
Built on an H-plan, it is described as a “Super Eichler”.
There’s a pleasing functionality to this mid-century house.
Situated in the Diamond Heights neighbourhood of San Francisco, CA, it is an original Eichler house renovated between 2012 and 2013 by Hennessey Architects.
Klopf Architecture specializes in remodels of mid-century homes, often Eichler houses. They focuse on the dwellers needs and respect of the original architecture.
Today, John Klopf tells us about their philosophy and what are the struggles of remodeling an Eichler house today.
An Eichler house owner will tell us what buying a mid-century house brings, what she had to renovate, and why.
Also, she will give us some very useful tips about buying the right Eichler so, be sure to read the interview till the end.
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