The philosophy behind this Sanctuary Palo Alto project in Northern California revolves around the architecture and landscape being one expression.
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.
This contemporary home design in Palo Alto, California, aspires to ‘experience the outdoors from within’.
Dos Cajueiros House gets its name from the cashew trees it is nestled amongst in Praia Vermelha, located on the Southeast coast of Brazil.
Despite its dense facade, the Tred Avon River House was designed to participate and drink in the stunning landscape known as Diamond Point.
This quiet retreat built in the thick of Centre-du-Québec region’s woodlands invites the outside in.
Conflict is an integral part of architecture, encountered by designers and homeowners alike during processes of building and renovating.
Light is an essential feature of this stunning contemporary home design by Michael J. Pickard, AIA.
Situated in the mountainous region of Atibaia, Brazil, Casa de Árvore is a lofty modern style tree house.
Originally built in 1952, Maestri Studio took this midcentury Lakewood home under its wing to redesign the home in accordance with the wishes of the homeowners.
Casa Gaya fuses modern design with the surrounding natural environment.
The Bellaire Residence is a dramatic design inspired by modular design, built for a family in Bellaire, Texas.
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 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.
Drama-Fueled Modernism on the Waterfront: The Jafari Residence
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
This impressive one storey desert residence was built to serve in the hot, dry climate of Arizona’s Paradise Valley.
This modern style home is laced with luxury and contemporary elements in conjunction with 1950’s Southern Californian class.
The property enjoys breathtaking views of the Santa Rosa Mountains from within Thunderbird Heights in Rancho Mirage.
Modestly dubbed The Shed, this midcentury inspired contemporary home design is glorious in all its features.
Resembling a stack of fallen leaves, this modernist home is drowning in tranquility.
Situated within stones throw from a mountain resort in Karuizawa, Japan’s Nagano Prefecture, the modern villa blends gracefully into its surrounding natural landscape
This modernist lake cabin designed by architect Daoust Lestage, rests within the comfort of Canadian backwoods and lakeside.
This two-bedroom urban cabin by architect Olson Kuding, offers modern city living in a net zero building near Seattle.