mid-century house in oxford - koch architects - living room

Mid-Century House Renovation in Oxford, CA, is Full of Motifs

Located in Oxford, California, this mid-century home was renovated and extended by Koch architects.

The first element that caught our attention was the recurrence of thin wood panels throughout the house. Positioned vertically and stained in a light brown polish, they provide a solid backdrop to a really nice interior.

Nest Architects - Holden Street Residence

Nest Architects

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Nest Architects is an architectural design practice based in Melbourne, Australia. The studio is committed to creating architecture, interiors, furniture and design projects that start from ‘first principles’ and end at a place where both the client and architect can be proud.

Klopf - Open Eichler House - Palo Alto, CA - front

Klopf Architecture

Location: San Francisco, California

At Klopf Architecture we immerse ourselves in modern design ranging from more minimal / gallery-style projects to warmer, more mid-century modern style projects and any shade of modernism in between.

San Francisco renovation - exterior front

Mid-Century Renovation in San Francisco

This home’s modest façade conceals a breath taking mid-century interior. Indeed, on the face of it, the unassuming pale green exterior, featuring translucent windows and fairly traditional detailing, isn’t the first place you’d look for a mid-century gem.

A Delightful Richard Rogers House Renovation

22 Parkside was built by renowned British architect Richard Rogers in 1968 as a home for his parents.

With this opportunity, Rogers sought to establish a blueprint for a new housing typology, characterised by a solid permanent structure that could accommodate a variety of temporary elements.

contemporary beach house - architect gui mattos - residencia conchas - living room

Residência Conchas by Gui Mattos: a Modernist Beach Hut

This contemporary house it is all about the beach. This is most apparent in the living area: a vast space, one side of which is almost completely exposed to the outdoors, thus allowing the inhabitants to drift seamlessly from house, to garden, and all the way to the nearby beachside.