Designed as a quiet retreat amidst the unglaciated Wisconsin landscape, Bluff House rises from the gently sloping terrain of its wooded site.
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.
A few hours south of Sydney, this place offers breathtaking views. Backed to the west by a dramatic hillside of untouched rainforest, the Yarrawa Brush, is home to a number of unique species of ancient flora and fauna.
The design for this home draws inspiration from the canopies of trees which permeate the site. The gentle sweeping roof forms a canopy to the living spaces and opens the space up to both the Northern light and the Southern views.
Drawing on midcentury materials and thoughtful design, this home is a celebration of functionality, where every aspect of the homeowners’ habits and rituals have been given laser attention to detail.
This site housed an old cottage that resonated with people irrespective of their architectural understanding.
This home was sensitively designed to sit harmoniously within a thirty-acre wooded site – with no other buildings in the vicinity.
The brief for this home was to create a family friendly, relaxed house that fully embraced and engaged with its incredible natural surroundings.
This family retreat nestles against a river, which forms the north and west perimeter of an 18-acre wooded property that features dramatic mountain views to the north through a veil of cottonwood trees.
This house is one of a series of house designs seeking to engage clients that appreciate design, yet don’t have the time or means to commission a bespoke home.
This home draws upon its Northern California context, embodying a casual California lifestyle through strong indoor-outdoor connections.
This new build features a large functional family home which captures expansive uninterrupted outlook whilst still maintaining seamless transitions between indoor/outdoor living, a landscaped yard and pool.
This custom home was imagined anew after wildfire destroyed this quiet block. The day after the new owners received the keys to their quaint home on this heavily wooded lot, disaster struck.
This site presented an attractive 1910 return verandah villa that sat quietly amongst its neighbours.
This house was a challenging proposition given that the site was previously subdivided and is only 7m wide yet over 45m long.
An underutilized site in a horse property neighborhood is transformed into a secluded native habitat and respite from city life.
After just one year of occupancy the home exceeded the client’s net-zero goals and produced more electricity than it used in the year.
This home was designed to offer privacy and to capture the incredible surrounding sunrise, sunset, mountain, and ocean views.
With its exposed brick and gorgeous interior, this house at Aalloa allows its residents to live the mid-century dream.
The Axiom Desert House pays homage to the Palm Springs legacy of mid-century architecture, whilst at the same time bringing modern touches and energy efficiency via a prefabricated structure.
Inspired by Joseph Eichler’s homes of Northern California, the Pemberton Residence sits in stark contrast to the new houses and huge additions that have overtaken this neighborhood in the centre of Austin, Texas.
This project is an additional chapter to the architect exploration into the ‘Garden Studio’ typology.
This iconic 1962 design is the original craftsmanship of notable local architect Hideo A. Matsunaga.
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.