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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.
Nestled in the midst of Michigan’s thick woodlands, this 1950s midcentury ranch was brought back to life under the careful treatment by Searl Lamaster Howe Architects.
This iconic Frankston Home was originally designed by architect and football legend Jack Clarke in 1963 for the family of his structural engineer.
Located steps from the waterways of Huntington Harbor, California, Bailey Residence is a remodel of a regional midcentury house, developed in the 1960s along with the rest of the Harbor neighborhood.
Located along the coastline of Port Phillip Bay, Portsea House is the refurbishment of an existing cliff top residence that pays homage to the midcentury era.
Set against a hillside under the Shakespeare Bridge, this unassuming modern home is a multi-layered architectural gem.
The home was designed originally by Fredrick Monhoff back in 1949.
This renovation and addition unravels a chapter of ill-considered renovations to create an urban retreat for a young family on a remarkable site.
Close by Williams Creek and Meridian Hills, obscured by Indiana’s densely wooded area, stands a midcentury residence.
In the fall of 2016, after a two year search, graphic and interior designer Robert Maurer acquired his stunning 1974 Streng Bros. “Transitional Plan” home designed by Architect Carter Sparks.
This project began in 2015 with the small scope of a new wheelchair-friendly bathroom design.
Right off the bat it is apparent how this iconic 1960s home in Caulfield, Australia, relishes in traits typical to midcentury modern design.
It’s not rare for us to hear about sudden change of plans after stumbling upon the perfect midcentury home.
McCulley Design Lab was enlisted to help bring this 1962 post-and-beam residence into the modern-day moment while retaining its midcentury focus on organic materials.
The Art Collector’s Retreat by Rerucha Studio is a beautifully composed contemporary home design.
For this project the clients, who had undergone several previous house renovations, were determined to stick with an established budget from the beginning. Klopf Architecture helped them modernize their Eichler with a premium appearance on a reasonable budget.
We had the opportunity to beautifully restore this midcentury house built in the foothills of Adelaide.
Originally built in 1961 by Allied Builders, this midcentury modern home was about to suffer the fate of many similar houses in the Arcadia neighborhood of Scottsdale, Arizona.
The original house was built in 1950 and was 750 square feet on a typical infill lot in an East Austin neighborhood.
Located in Palm Desert, California, this midcentury gem was designed and completed in 1955 by modernist architect Walter S. White for artist Miles C Bates.
Located in Sunnyvale, CA, a quiet residential community in Silicon Valley, the Twin Gable House is a thoroughly renovated Eichler Home originally designed by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons in1962.
This 1956 midcentury home was originally designed and built by noted Austin architect Arthur Dallas Stenger.
Perched on a hillside in Palm Springs, California, this iconic midcentury pad carries a look straight out of the lavish ‘50s Hollywood condos.
Against all odds and ends, this charming midcentury home atop a mountain peak stuck it out after having endured a flood, a fire in the kitchen and years of abandonment.
Designed and built by Austin-based architect AD Stenger in 1964, the clients turned to architects Rick & Cindy Black design with the hopes of a refreshing take on modern living.