This finely crafted San Antonio home in Texas designed by architect O’Neill Fiord, is a prime example of his midcentury modern mastery.
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.
This iconic Charles Dilbeck home is picture perfect. Originally designed in 1962 this spacious midcentury modern construction has since been remodeled.
Existing silently in the thick of Palm Springs’ rocky hillsides under private ownership since the 1970s, The Cree House was nicknamed “The Forgotten Frey”.
Designed in 1954 by American architect George Matsumoto, the Poland-DeFeo house is a showstopper.
Resembling a stack of fallen leaves, this modernist home is drowning in tranquility.
Situated within stones throw from a mountain resort in Karuizawa, Japan’s Nagano Prefecture, the modern villa blends gracefully into its surrounding natural landscape
The all steel Eichler X-100 ‘experimental house of the future’ plays with space, light and peculiarities. This home could be straight out of a science fiction film.
This midcentury modern gem is the stunning produce of prolific American architect Edward Fickett’s craftsmanship.
This lavish midcentury modern home stands out like a dramatic accessory coming out of the surrounding nature. This modernist glass house was fixed up over many years and brought back to splendor.
This gorgeous midcentury modern home in Pasadena has been described as a “modernist Roman villa” with a pool open to the sky as its focal point.
There is nothing ordinary about this A. Quincy Jones designed midcentury modern home. Resting high up within the greenery of Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills, the 1950 construct is a historic gem.
Frank Lloyd Wright rustic midcentury modern home, fits like a glove in its surrounding landscape
This midcentury home designed by (not much known) architect Edith Emery, proves her indisputable talent.
This all glass 1960s home rests in the midst of mesmerizing views made up of mountains, hillsides and lush backwoods.
This Eichler home renovation in South Bay, California, brings back the light and space which previous renovations have took away.
This Eichler home in Orange County underwent a five year renovation that fuses modern design with classic midcentury style.
This 1965 midcentury forest retreat, could easily pass for a modern construction. The building’s earthy exterior is harmoniously blending into the surrounding landscape.
This modernist lake cabin designed by architect Daoust Lestage, rests within the comfort of Canadian backwoods and lakeside.
This two-bedroom urban cabin by architect Olson Kuding, offers modern city living in a net zero building near Seattle.
The Jules Brady Residence was designed in 1970 by renowned architects Killingsworth, Brady, & Associates: also known for designing two of the Case Study House.
Home to the Mad Men tv show producer, this original post and beam home designed by Buff, Straub, and Hensman was built in 1957.
The main aspiration for this house in Carmen Valley, was to rest effortlessly within its surrounding nature. Sagan Piechota Architecture nailed it.
The Seeley house is one of the first projects that architect Edward A. Killingsworth accepted without the partners Brady and Smith, with whom he designed four of the most known Case Study Houses.
A midcentury house renovation in Boise, Idaho by designer Jessica Luque. A Modest midcentury home has been brought back to life thanks to smart design choices.
One of a kind midcentury gem in the heart of Jacksonville, Florida, is currently on the market.
A house designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice that, without emulating the master too much, represents the architect’s views on dwelling and space design.