Nestled in the thick of California hillsides, this iconic Palm Springs’ Smoke Tree Retreat offers peace and quiet from the nearby developed city center.
Mid-Century Home wants to be the most comprehensive resource about mid-century design and architecture and to tell the story of their protagonists.
Here, you will find our selection of mid-century homes that we hope will inspire and delight you.
With this selection of iconic homes built across the globe, United States, Australia, Europe and South America, we aim to bring you the most refined mid-century homes and architecture, that contributed to make mid-century modern and modernist architecture so popular and loved across the 20th century up to today.
This iconic 1962 design is the original craftsmanship of notable local architect Hideo A. Matsunaga.
The renovation of this home preserved elements of the midcentury era that characterizes the original design.
This 1955 residence in the Zilker neighborhood was rescued by an insightful young family.
This house was the epitome of the 1960s modernist movement, featuring clean lines and distinctive architectural elements.
With their penchant for midcentury homes and the history of their childhood summers, the owners of this midcentury chalet landed in the White Lake Homes in the Catskills.
The design focuses on a central verdant courtyard that is visible from upper and lower levels
Located in the Sunshine Coast of Australia, the Wickham Point House is a renovation project by Brisbane based architects Arcke.
Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland, the Hildebrand House.
Gifted with a favorable site, San Francisco based architectural firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects design a midcentury modern home on a “meadow dotted with magnificent oaks”.
Since its construction in 1962, the Matsunaga home is the brainchild of its namesake – Architect Hideo A. Matsunaga.
This Atrium-style Eichler house luxuriates in views of bird of paradise plants and the other lush nature it is surrounded by.
By incorporating original features and materials, MRTN Architects faithfully restored the home, breathing new life while at the same time ensuring preservation of the architecture for many years to come.
Located in Rye on the Mornington Peninsula, Dark Light House is a modest addition to a family home designed and built in the late sixties.
The Pine Valley Residence was designed and built by Architect Kenneth Burge in 1958. The house is a combination of concrete, steel, and wood construction.
Watching the seasons change in the hills was one of the simple joys that came with owning their home in Alamo for the past 25 years.
Originally built in the 1960s, this midcentury home was an outdated and unremarkable bungalow.
Originally built in the second decade of the 20th century, this bungalow underwent a series of additions and remodels.
This 540 square foot accessory dwelling unit in West Austin is a stand alone unit completed in 2019.
A stroke of luck hit Chris and Susanna when an old family friend noticed an iconic midcentury home being vacated in a spectacular Los Angeles neighborhood.
The assignment was to to build a dining room for family and friends totally open to the garden but with the chance to close it completely. The assignment was to to build a dining room for family and friends totally open to the garden but with the chance to close it completely.
Designing one house for a client is a proof of trust. Designing two is a compliment to the architect’s creativity and grit.
This project is a small but important phased remodel of a 1952 Haver Home within the architecturally significant Marlen Grove neighborhood.
Among all other requirements, Preston I prioritized the preservation of the mid-century streetscape to which it belongs.
Klopf Architecture and Outer space Landscape Architects designed a new warm, modern, open, indoor-outdoor home in Los Altos, California.