A modernist retreat house near Washington built for a family of architecture and nature lovers, by Wittman Estes.
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.
The modernist Casa do Gerês is a work of art and a pleasure to lay eyes on.
Part wood contemporary home design rests in a rural location set twenty miles outside of Braga.
A modern – midcentury inspired – new built near Dallas.
The Quay Tower is a stunning new apartment building coming in Brooklyn Bridge Park and features Marmol Radziner designed interiors.
The Higgins Lake House by Jeff Jordan Architects is a hidden gem, tucked away by the lakeside.
Upon first glance, you might not realize what awaits further into this modernis Brazilian home: the Bourgainville residence.
This one of a kind Modernist home design rests atop a plateau of Santa Monica’s Topanga Canyon, California.
Completed in 2017 by Sant Architects, this Saddle Peak House is uprisen on a ridge, overlooking a stunning view of the Santa Monica Mountains
Looking from the bottom of the hillside, it is difficult not to acknowledge the gorgeous Modernist home that stems from the lush vegetation towards the top.
With a limited budget to work with, authentic low cost materials played a decisive role in shaping this modernis family home in Brazil
This complex of elegant, modernist buildings in Australia make the most of their spectacular views.
This North Penn House was built to minister to a family of five, who were looking to start living more closely connected to nature.
We spoke to project leader Noah Biklen about the project and what steps were made to meet wishes of the client.
This modern residence stands in California’s Greenbrae. After a full renovation by Building Lab architects, the house now indulges in open space as opposed to a previous grim overall feel.
The Theodore Wirth home was conceptualized to stand as a modern ranch in a natural hillside landscape of Minnesota.
The Cheng-Reinganum Residence was completed in 2016 by Swatt | Miers architects for a young family. The modern house architecture ,boasts an incredible view of the rolling hills together with the sight of Mount Diablo beyond the bounds.
This contemporary style home was recently completed by adding a modern pavilion-style extension to an unkempt Victorian bluestone villa in need of rejuvenation.
Situated in an Australian Bush environment, it is clear this home was attentively designed to fit into its surroundings as well as to comply with the owners’ rural lifestyle.
This stunning modern house architecture drew its inspiration from an ultra-modern midcentury home, commissioned by American film star Gary Cooper in the early 1950s.
The Sagebrush Residence by Studio ARD, gets the full Palms Springs midcentury modern treatment.
A midcentury home designed by Al Beadle in Phoenix, was fully restored for modern living.
This ModernistAustralian villa is capturing the vital elements of 1960’s Australian architecture and design alongside midcentury elegance.
This contemporary style home, was designed in 2017 in Wilson, Wyoming by Carney Logan Burke Architects, for a young family.
This midcentury inspired vacation home, is situated at the bottom of Mount San Jacinto. Sprouting out of the warm desert canvas of Palm Springs, California.
From the street, Jac House is just an idyllic Victorian cottage from 1907. Little would one know that this quaint villa in an inner suburb of Sydney has had a major modern extension added to its rear.
This 1940s mid-century home located in the middle of Warrandyte State Park near Melbourne, Australia, has had an extremely interesting history.
The house and the block of housing surrounding it was originally built in the 1940s to serve as an alternative school. However, in the 1960s much of the premises was destroyed in a fire.
The Arthur Street House as it stands today is an unpretentious, timeless and honest modern home, with thoughtful use of materials and space.