The Bellaire Residence is a dramatic design inspired by modular design, built for a family in Bellaire, Texas.
Mid-Century Home features contemporary homes and buildings designed by some of the most influential modernist architects of the 20th century and built during the mid-century period: Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler, Craig Ellwood and John Lautner are few of them.
Every day we curate a selection of the most representative mid-century and contemporary style homes, to inspire and make you dream but also to share the story of their architects and owners.
We choose homes designed by architects who we believe respected the modernist principles of building, influenced their generation and set the bar for the architects to come.
William Krisel designed countless Modernist tract homes during the midcentury period, which offered affordable housing during Southern California’s suburban boom.
The Blue Lake Retreat makes the most out of connecting with the outdoors. The metal framework surrounding the home’s stair tower as well was inspired by a historic fire tower.
Situated in Austin, Texas, The Ridgewood Residence is an ode to local midcentury architect Arthur Dallas (A.D.) Stenger.
The owners of this William Krisel home share the positive influence that this house has had on their lives, as well as their encounter with the man himself.
Designer Josh Hissong purchased this post and beam design last year, without knowing that it was designed by acclaimed architect Moritz Kundig.
The Park House is a dynamic contemporary style home that makes the most of out clean open spaces on the inside, while dissolving into its beautiful park terrain outside.
Resting on a clifftop in the Casablanca Valley, this contemporary home design overlooks beautiful views of vineyards and hillsides.
The Hillside Residence offers us a perfect example of a midcentury remodeling gone right. This1957 home received a modern update under the skilled efforts by SHED Architecture.
Architect Edward Killingsworth is noted for his calm and elegant post-and-beam structures, bringing the outdoors in and his post-war mindset of Southern California Modernism.
Bauhaus Meets Midcentury In 1954 Eb Zeidler Home in Peterborough
Upon spotting an original William Krisel designed home for the Alexander Company via our Mid-Century Home Owners Facebook Group, we got in touch with homeowner Steven Ferrarese to inquire about how he came to be in possession of the Vista Las Palmas home.
Nestled in the thick of five wooded acres of land, the Woodland House provides Graphic Designer Andrew Merritt, wife Abbey, son and two dogs the much valued peace and quiet from the hustle of the rest of the world.
Beaumaris Modern is a testimony to the blooming and progressive lifestyle preferred by bohemians, artists and young couples in Australia’s Post Second World War Beaumaris neighborhood.
As fresh homeowners of this original 1958 midcentury gem, Designer Jessica Hansen of Tandem Design Interiors and her husband Kevin Jones took on a massive project.
Drama-Fueled Modernism on the Waterfront: The Jafari Residence
This custom-built and designed midcentury modern is a creative reflection of its time. Sitting atop a substructure, the house appears as if floating mid-air.
The Re-Open House in Austin, Texas, is one amongst many beautiful modern designs Matt Fajkus Architecture can be proud to have on their roster.
This endearing Cliff May midcentury house is a breath of fresh air.
Arranged around a large courtyard, the house carries an air of homey indoor/outdoor living.
A Renovation from A-Z: An Icelandic Midcentury is Vamped Up to Provide Comfort and Sustainability.
The Ravine House is a modern home along Lake Michigan designed by Robbins Architecture.
Tucked into a hillside surrounded by mountains, valleys and grasslands, this modernist home blends perfectly into its environment
The Bridgford House. Built in 1954 by influential Australian architect Robin Boyd, enjoys a natural flow throughout its’ single story interiors.
This iconic collaboration between Charles DuBois and the Alexander Construction Company is the epitome of Palm Springs’ midcentury architecture.
This midcentury home has been restored and revised over the years to go beyond the simple necessities of modern living.
Since its original construction in 1963, the home was expanded to cover 3,278 square feet of living space, including three courtyards.