It may come as a bit of a surprise that this Japanese-style dwelling is in fact a Kit House.
Mid-Century Home features contemporary homes and buildings designed by some of the most influential modernist architects of the 20th century and built during the mid-century period: Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler, Craig Ellwood and John Lautner are few of them.
Every day we curate a selection of the most representative mid-century and contemporary style homes, to inspire and make you dream but also to share the story of their architects and owners.
We choose homes designed by architects who we believe respected the modernist principles of building, influenced their generation and set the bar for the architects to come.
The Chau Doc House by Nishizawa Architects was designed as a shared home for three couples with children.
This midcentury home held promise despite having endured a series of clumsy additions and years of disrepair and neglect.
Nature, in form and experience, inspired the design of the Hood River Residence.
The architecture of “Suncatch” came about after an 8 year design and construction process.
This Bauhaus-style villa by Jan and Waldemar Lippert was submitted to us by the German Real Estate Agency Heimburger Immobilien.
The Seattle housing shortage has increased pressure on single family neighborhoods to provide more usable space on limited single family lots.
When the homeowners purchased their 1959 house, its humble origins as a ranch house were buried beneath layers of ad hoc changes over the years.
Joseph Eichler’s iconic homes featuring low-sloping A-framed roofs, clean lines and light-filled spaces have become highly sought after homes.
The landscape design by Ground Studio values the natural landscape as well as the architectural forms of the new home designed by Sagan Piechota Architecture.
Modern architecture often finds inspiration in midcentury period design, from creating fluidity to absorbing elements to highlight the surrounding landscape.
The Lefty Ranch is picture perfect, no matter what angle it is being viewed from.
This 1962 Fairmeadow Tract by Joseph Eichler is one of three tracts by the renowned architect set in California’s Orange County.
Open Space Series is a series dedicated to showcasing stunning midcentury modern architecture and sharing their stories.
This 1947 A. Quincy Jones house was the first building in the Mutual Housing Association collective.
“Do not cut a single tree”. That was the beginning of the initial meeting to discuss the project and the client’s wishes.
When viewing the Morse House, it took only forty minutes for Joan and Gary Gand to decide it was going to be their own.
Originally designed for the notorious illustrator Irwin Caplan, this mid-century home was both humble and grand–a modest one-story street facade harboring floor-to-ceiling windows with territorial views.
This contemporary home design by Metrópolis Oficina de Arquitectura is a nod to the work of influential avant-garde architect Mies Van der Rohe.
This circa-1954 house is the original work of one of our favorite modernist architects, Richard Neutra.
Studio Bracket / Wayne Chevalier & Adin Dunning stepped in for a major addition and remodel to this International Style Home.
The philosophy behind this Sanctuary Palo Alto project in Northern California revolves around the architecture and landscape being one expression.
This iconic home in the Orange County foothills of Tustin, CA, once belonged to its notable designer, California Modernism architect Philmer J. Ellerbroek
It is always inspiring to see an original midcentury come out revived and ravishing following renovations, all the while remaining true to its authentic state. Case in point: The Corvasce Goldstein Residence
The entirely glass facade of The Brady House is a feature facilitated by the home’s interior courtyard.