This house was designed by architect Jaroslav Joseph Polivka who got his big break after getting in touch with Frank Lloyd Wright about one of his projects.
The Higgins Lake House by Jeff Jordan Architects is a hidden gem, tucked away by the lakeside.
Upon first glance, you might not realize what awaits further into this modernis Brazilian home: the Bourgainville residence.
This one of a kind Modernist home design rests atop a plateau of Santa Monica’s Topanga Canyon, California.
Completed in 2017 by Sant Architects, this Saddle Peak House is uprisen on a ridge, overlooking a stunning view of the Santa Monica Mountains
Looking from the bottom of the hillside, it is difficult not to acknowledge the gorgeous Modernist home that stems from the lush vegetation towards the top.
Untouched since the late 50s, this home maintained a solid bone structure with the requisite for major restoration and interior styling.
The Case Study House program, an experiment sponsored and promoted by Arts + Architecture magazine, was commissioned to design and construct low-cost homes in Southern California’s residential area between 1946 and 1965.
Originally constructed in the 1950s, this La Jolla home in California was in dire need of revision.
The renovation of this midcentury house was completed by Toronto-based architecture firm Superkül.
Frank Lloyd Wright Houses
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Eppstein house fully reflects the organic architecture values: living in harmony with nature.
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.
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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