When this split-level bungalow in Toronto, Canada, designed in 1955 by British-born architect Basil Capes, was listed for sale architecture buffs Anda Kubis and her husband Dean Martin just had to take a look.
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.
Loader Monteith has carefully restored High Sunderland, the 1957 modernist icon designed by Peter Womersley for internationally-renowned textile designers Bernat and Margaret Klein, which required sensitive and complex restoration after weather and fire damage in 2017.
Nestled in a wooded, urban lot, in Lawrence, Kansas, this authentic midcentury modern home underwent an extensive renovation to modernize the surfaces and systems while preserving the charm and essence of the original structure.
The Fournier residence, located in Fairway, Kansas, was originally designed by Ralph Fournier, a well-known St Louis modern architect. The design was for a semi-prefabricated home for the Modular Homes Company based in St Louis.
Boomerang House in Portland, Oregon, underwent a full remodel. We had the chance to speak with the architects of this renovation to learn more about this project and its challenges and end result.
This home displays a class midcentury modern palette, through its layers of rich timber floorboards, to oak cabinetry and darker hues.
Perched on Palmero Drive and originally built in 1955, the newly reimagined 8,400-square-foot home unfolds against a backdrop of the iconic Los Angeles skyline.
This renovation honors the original open concept of the house while raising the level of the home with a crisp, more streamlined aesthetic.
This is the full remodel of a 1951 mid-century modern home in Los Angeles. A narrow living room, dining room, and den were combined and enlarged to create a new foyer and spacious great room open to the backyard.
Exemplifying spatial clarity and the hallmarks of pure geometry and materiality that would come to define his larger commissions, architect Louis I. Kahn’s Margaret Esherick House represents one of nine houses built from his designs.
This home is located in the historic Huntridge neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada and was built in 1958. We had the chance to tour the home and meet the owners during the Home + History Las Vegas Tour as part of Nevada Preservation.
This 1963 midcentury home near Piestewa Peak was originally designed by Architect Fredrick Fleener as a McCall’s Magazine ‘Certified’ home.
Nestled in the Upper North Shore of Sydney, this home fuses modernist influences with a signature sense of ease and adaptability.
This home in Encino, California, built in 1959, had just one original owner. Prior to the renovation, the home felt like a 1960s time capsule with wood paneling, bright red carpeted floors, and large tile retro flooring.
The renovation project took place in one of the houses designed by Jorge Zalszupin, a Polish-born Brazilian architect who became an icon of Brazilian modernism.
This fresh take on a midcentury modern low-slung ranch in the Meadowbrook neighborhood of Seattle brings in tons of natural light and showcases the simple forms of a high ceiling with contrasting dark beams, and abundant wood.
This past summer, Barbara Rourke and Jason St John, founders of LA-based design studio, Bells + Whistles, completed Marrow Midcentury, a residential project in Palm Springs, CA.
This luxurious villa was built on the flank of a hill in Overijse, in the Brussels periphery in Belgium. The architect’s house from 1974 got a thorough facelift by B-Bis Architecten, without touching its soul.
This project is a full interior and exterior renovation and addition to a 1950s ranch in Mission Hills, Kansas, initially designed by William Wurster (1895-1973) as a spec house for Better Homes and Gardens.
This project is the restoration and renovation of a 1971 Californian Modernist style house by Brisbane architect Gavin Litfin.
This 1957 home was originally designed by Portland, Oregon architect Bud Oringdulph. The new owners purchased the house in its original condition, having had only two owners over its sixty years.
This project is a full interior renovation to a 1500 square foot 1950’s ranch in Prairie Village, Kansas. The goal of this project was to rework the existing floor plan to create distinct rooms while creating continuous space.
Henry Hill, a renowned architect with Bay Area roots, built the “Herspring House” in 1945 on a hillside in Kentfield, California. A classic example of the regions Second Bay Tradition, a blend of the international style and vernacular influences, the house has been lovingly cared for over the past 70 years.
Studio Hagen Hall have transformed a North London townhouse-turned-bedsit into a bright and textural 1970’s California inspired home complete with recording studio for a young musical couple.
This stunning home in Indian Wells was designed by William Cody in 1961 and was restored by Interior Designer Jessy Moss of Jessy Moss Design.