This mid-century modern ranch captures the essence of timeless design. Built in 1955, the vintage home underwent a complete renovation.
Mid-Century Home showcases a wide array of homes and buildings, both contemporary and mid-century, designed by some of the most influential modernist architects of the 20th century. Notable architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler, Craig Ellwood, and John Lautner are just a few of the many featured.
Our team carefully curates a daily selection of the most representative mid-century and contemporary homes in order to inspire and spark your imagination. We aim not only to highlight the architectural beauty of these structures, but also to share the stories of their architects and owners.
In choosing the homes we feature, we prioritize architects who respected modernist principles of building, those who influenced their generation and set the standard for the architects of the future. We believe in preserving and celebrating the legacy of these architects, as well as inspiring new generations of architects to continue their work and push the boundaries of modernist design.
Discover the Design Approach of a midcentury gem renovation A Stunning Transformation Embracing Palm Springs Vibes.
A historic California modernist residence in Hollywood Hills, designed by trailblazing Black architect Robert Kennard.
A stunning 1960 house undergoes an architectural upgrade, balancing functionality and preserving classic mid-century design.
Dike Nagano’s architectural brilliance in Southern California—a legacy of exceptional designs and collaborations with Richard Neutra.
A remarkable renovation project where the fusion of the midcentury timeless glamour and modern style creates an inspiring living space.
Charged with the task of researching traditional Italian interior styles and infusing them with diverse influences, Eligo Studio accomplished a remarkable feat.
Bardolph Gardens consists of two single storey dwellings that provide environmentally sustainable, affordable, and well designed housing
This example of midcentury architecture by original architect Roland Roessner is sited around a splendid Iive oak tree in the heart of Austin.
The brief for this house renovation emphasised the tenets of mid-century modern design: individuality, colour and connection between family+house+garden.
6 Lever Street was a fitting example of the typical 1970-80s era of residential, suburban development in a northern coastal suburb of Perth, Australia.
An alteration to an existing warehouse conversion on Gadigal Country in Camperdown, New South Wales, Rosso Verde is quality over quantity personified.
The owners of this holiday and weekend retreat in Austin, Texas, are a pair of sisters, one of whom is a
furniture designer and carpenter for Muhly Studio. This sister brought her taste for the minimal and natural aesthetic to the table for this inspiring co-creation.
The owners of ‘The Ash’ came to Dalecki Design looking for a carefully considered, passive solar home. As a young, growing family, it was imperative that the home was not only environmentally functional and sustainable, but supported the family as they grew through the different stages of life.
Part of the Eldorado Country Club community, the house was built in 1965 by Ira Johnson, who studied under celebrated architect William F. Cody, the mind behind the iconic designs of The Thunderbird, The Racquet and The Tennis Clubs in Palm Springs.
A spectacular site is both a gift and a problem for new architecture. The positives are self-evident, the negatives less so, but apparent in single-orientation, glassy boxes which proliferate on such sites.
Wrong Champ is a house for collectors, a cluster of intimate courtyard spaces infused with curiosity and crafted collisions located on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people in Brunswick West.
The East Fremantle House is a contextually responsive addition to a heritage cottage in suburban Perth, Australia, completed by Nic Brundson.
A dark and decaying midcentury home in Littleton, Colorado, with multiple poorly designed additions has been brought back to life.
Text by Koami Architecture Nestled at the foot of the iconic Twin Peaks’ Sutro Tower,…
A previous remodel to a 1954 ranch-style home in Austin, Texas, had resulted in disjointed spaces, poor circulation, and awkwardly proportioned rooms.
The Highbury House project is a joyful restoration of a quintessential 1980’s suburban home. The interiors embrace the charisma of this often-shamed decade of design, giving new life and relevance to the home’s exuberant heart as it beats in unabashed colour and riotous texture; warm, unrestrained and deliciously liveable.
Falling in the Wakefield Gardens Housing precinct, the land was purchased by the client after the ACT Government’s Mr Fluffy buy-back scheme, in which the government acquired and demolished homes that had used the infamous asbestos insulation.
Keeping within the existing building footprint of this double fronted Edwardian residence, this renovation reflects the changing lifestyle of a family as they move into the next phase of their journey.
Resting on a hilltop in the hinterland of Byron Bay, Australia, this unique double pavilion was inspired by memories of midcentury modern architecture.