This iconic 1962 design is the original craftsmanship of notable local architect Hideo A. Matsunaga.
Mid-Century Home features mid-century and modern homes designed by some of the most influential modernist architects of the 20th century: Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler, Craig Ellwood and John Lautner are only few of them.
We want to show how contemporary architects build modern homes following the same principles of their famous predecessors. That is why, in this section, you will find a curation of contemporary homes built today but following modernist principles.
We only feature homes from contemporary architects who we believe respect the modernist principles of building and prove how Modernism is very much alive.
Westport Pool House is, as its name implies, the additional Pool House to an existing property in Westport, CT.
Bau10 architecture, a “design practice operating at the forefront of the profession providing design and consultation services for residential” shines in this new project updating a mid century bungalow in California’s Venice Beach.
Propped up on a rocky hillside surrounded by greenery, the Poppy House remained untouched since its original fabrication in 1967.
The Ballarat House was designed as a comfortable modern home for a family of four through winters and summers.
This house is meant to minimally interfere with the landscape while drawing attention to its beauty.
A winding street in Tarrytown, Austin, Texas is home to a couple’s modest and modern home.
Upon seeing this 1950s home, it is obvious that the facade was preserved to maintain the character of the existing stone facade.
Text by architect Bernardes Arquitetura Situated on a hilltop looking over stunning views in Brazil’s…
Located in Point Lookout in Queensland, Australia, this modern beach home is a brainchild of Paul Butterworth Architects.
Set in the stunning setting in the hills of Byron Bay this house has extraordinary views of both the sea and the sky.
The renovation of this home preserved elements of the midcentury era that characterizes the original design.
This house was the epitome of the 1960s modernist movement, featuring clean lines and distinctive architectural elements.
A bungalow with a flat roof, the house is distinctly modernist. The materiality is kept minimalist with only black aluminum, earthy wood palettes and white paint.
The Baboolal residence is a modern net zero house for a multicultural family of four.
Situated in Melbourne, Australia, this modern renovation is an exploration of site and light.
This newly built Florida House could fool even the more midcentury savvy into thinking it was built in the post-war American design movement.
This delightful modern home invites in light, fresh air as well as views to multiple green courtyards.
The project sits on a beautiful 5-acre Cyprus tree lined Lake Austin waterfront oasis that lies just a few miles outside of downtown Austin.
Located in the rural area of Adelaide, this midcentury inspired house explores how to respond to context and to take advantage of rural living.
The Butterfly House is Inspired by the childhood memories in India and Ireland of the home owners.
This 19th century Australian house posed multiple challenges, and opportunities, to the architects who renovated it.
This project involved extensive alteration and expansion of the original home. The outcome is a light filled house.
The clients needed an addition to their existing house which they hoped would accommodate their growing family and their changing needs.
In Sydney’s quiet suburb of Newtown, Strawberry House sits tucked among terrace houses, backing onto a quiet laneway.