This midcentury inspired modern home in Arizona, delivers a profusion of natural materials and light In the best modernist spirit.
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.
Designe by Modernist architect Raymond Jones in 1952, The Jones House revels in modern style, masterly craftsmanship and flavourful materials,
John Lautner’s Silvertop residence is a midcentury masterpiece. It recently experienced an extensive restoration, completed by Bestor Architecture over the course of three years.
After discovering the Bauhaus maestro Marcel Breuer, Louis and Babette Sayer turned to the architect with their aspiration for a place they can call home in Normandy.
A refined ranch-style bungalow in San Carlos, California, ticked all the boxes of a flawless home but one. The indoor and outdoor connection was missing…
Elevated on a hillside, this. Idcentury glass tree house-like residence, is shrouded by greenery.
Beastie Boys’ co-founder Mike D house, is a modern gem with a strong midcentury influence.
This midcentury modern house designed in line with iconic style of Frank Lloyd Wright is blazing with character, inside and out.
A modernist retreat house near Washington built for a family of architecture and nature lovers, by Wittman Estes.
The Phoenix hotel has served as a stopover for touring musicians for decades. Recently renovated and re-opened, the hotel stays true to its midcentury.
Designed by Alvin Lustig in 1947, The Thomas House is a midcentury modern treasure and one of the only two residential homes created by the gifted architect.
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.
This Eichler house was buried under shadows and duskiness in California’s Palo Alto; until Klopf Architecture took the project home.
Located in California, this midcentury renovated home rests high atop a Pasadena hill.
The Quay Tower is a stunning new apartment building coming in Brooklyn Bridge Park and features Marmol Radziner designed interiors.
This home in Echo Park, Los Angeles, is referred to as the “long-lost” John Lautner. It was built in 1948 but neglected for decades, till recently.
This midcentury style home’s front enjoys 500 feet of waterfront with breathtaking views of the ocean.
During Modernism Week 2019, historian Steven Keylon gives a presentation on prolific landscape artists Tommy Tomson, also known as the “landscape architect to the stars”.
The Higgins Lake House by Jeff Jordan Architects is a hidden gem, tucked away by the lakeside.
Untouched since the late 50s, this home maintained a solid bone structure with the requisite for major restoration and interior styling.
The Case Study House program, an experiment sponsored and promoted by Arts + Architecture magazine, was commissioned to design and construct low-cost homes in Southern California’s residential area between 1946 and 1965.
Originally constructed in the 1950s, this La Jolla home in California was in dire need of revision.
The renovation of this midcentury house was completed by Toronto-based architecture firm Superkül.
The goal for this midcentury home renovation was to maintain its soul and character, providing a more appropriate layout for 21st Century living.