5 Mid-Century Modern Seating Areas that We Love

We selected five seating areas from iconic mid-century modern houses, to make you dream a bit or to get inspiration from. Check the notes for more details.

The Elrich house designed by Ed White, photographed by Julius Shulman.

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The Killingsworth residence designed by Brady Killingsworth in Long Beach, has a plan made of integrated pavilions that extend to the surrounding garden. The 3.200 square foot house is further magnified by the 12 feet tall doors and ceilings.
Photographed by Julius Shulman.

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Architect Leo C. Peiffer, the Peiffer House in Cedar Rapids, Iowa photographed by Julius Shulman.

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The Richard Neutra VDL house. This house represents the architect’s answer to several mid century  modern dwelling issues: how to increase a city’s urban density, how to smoothly accommodate a house and a office in the same space and how to improve the living space quality for a family simply bonding with the natural landscape surrounding the house itself.
Photographed by Julius Shulman.

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The Briggs Residence designed byRichard Dorman in Royal Oaks, California, 1959. Photographed by Julius Shulman.

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