Charlie Clemoes

Charlie Clemoes writes and speaks about architecture, culture and social issues, and has various creative writing projects on the go. Originally from England, he now lives in Amsterdam. Charlie is also editor-in-chief of European Echo and an editor at Failed Architecture.

This Modernist House has Unrivaled Views of Dry Creek Valley

Dry Creek Valley is a pretty impressive place to call home.

The house is built on the site of an earlier ranch home. As such, and as aerial pictures demonstrate, this contemporary style home is rather secluded: only two other homes can be made out amongst the vast wooded hills.

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mid-century house renovation - The Archers - Hill House V - living room

This Original Two-Story Mid-Century Home Goes a Long Way

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.

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Blodgett-Calvin Pool House

The Modernist Pool House We All Want

The Blodgett-Calvin Pool House is part of a dazzling complex of buildings in San Marino, Southern California.

The property sits a 1950s house designed by mid-century modern architect Calvin Straub.

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The John Entenza Residence

Editor of Arts & Architecture Magazine John Entenza, is a very important figure in the history of mid-century modern architecture.

He was instrumental in positioning the magazine as one of the major champions of mid-century home design in the United States.

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