With such importance in the residential modernist architectural canon, the Brick residence expansion was an exciting yet delicate project for Australian firm Preston Lane Architects.
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.
Respecting the legacy of Valley House’s heritage, Superkül renovated this midcentury home to expand its existing square footage whilst preserving its modernist qualities.
A dramatic timber ceiling unfolds out from a capacious living zone to shade the northern facade of this family home. The facade is angled to take in the best garden views and solar aspect.
Settled atop a hillside in the historic neighborhood of Los Angeles’ Mt Washington, The Wolford Residence remains standing practically as an unblemished iconic architectural masterpiece.
We had the opportunity to beautifully restore this midcentury house built in the foothills of Adelaide.
Five years into their search for the perfect weekend home, the owners of the Lawless Retreat Cottage settled into a stunning site in central Michigan.
After vowing to never go down the full renovation road again, Melissa Norris and her husband found themselves in the middle of a complete midcentury home renewal.
Lucy Spartalis and Alastair Innes of She Takes Pictures He Makes Films stumbled upon their dream home.
As it cascades down a long, rolling slope on a big lot, this home celebrates the natural topography that flows with the adjacent sites and streets.
Nestled in the midst of Michigan’s thick woodlands, this 1950s midcentury ranch was brought back to life under the careful treatment by Searl Lamaster Howe Architects.
This iconic Frankston Home was originally designed by architect and football legend Jack Clarke in 1963 for the family of his structural engineer.
Located steps from the waterways of Huntington Harbor, California, Bailey Residence is a remodel of a regional midcentury house, developed in the 1960s along with the rest of the Harbor neighborhood.
Located along the coastline of Port Phillip Bay, Portsea House is the refurbishment of an existing cliff top residence that pays homage to the midcentury era.
Set against a hillside under the Shakespeare Bridge, this unassuming modern home is a multi-layered architectural gem.
This modern home, built as a vacation home for an American couple, rests atop a hardened lava flow in Hawaii’s Big Island.
The Auchenflower Courtyard House project was designed for a builder/developer client.
The home was designed originally by Fredrick Monhoff back in 1949.
The Fig Tree Pocket 60s House was in a worn out, outmoded and dark state when its owners approached Brisbane-based Bligh Graham Architects.
Completed in 2018, the Villa Fidji is a gorgeous example of the revitalization of an existing structure done right.
A multi-generational growing family sought a new home and retreat on the site of their existing family farm.
Malvern Garden House is a highly-considered adaption of an existing 1930’s period home in a hilly suburban pocket, with a new pavilion embedded within the terraced garden to the rear.
Located in a magnificent, park-like setting filled with mature, 80-foot-tall oak trees, this residence meets the clients’ desire for a family home that is casual, stylish, functional, and adaptable.
Brunswick West House is a small-scale, 50-square-metre alteration and addition to a Californian Bungalow home.
This renovation and addition unravels a chapter of ill-considered renovations to create an urban retreat for a young family on a remarkable site.
Close by Williams Creek and Meridian Hills, obscured by Indiana’s densely wooded area, stands a midcentury residence.