Upon first glance, you might not realize what awaits further into this modernis Brazilian home: the Bourgainville residence.
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.
A tour of the Frank Sinatra Estate, feeds the imagination with fantasies of the lives that were led by some of Hollywood’s biggest stars at the time.
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.
Tucked away on top of a winding mountain road in California’s Brentwood, this gorgeous midcentury residence designed by architect Richard Neutra, rests amidst luscious nature.
This one of a kind Modernist home design rests atop a plateau of Santa Monica’s Topanga Canyon, California.
Completed in 2017 by Sant Architects, this Saddle Peak House is uprisen on a ridge, overlooking a stunning view of the Santa Monica Mountains
Every aspect of the revived John Lautner‘s Carbon Beach House, is simply breathtaking.
Implanted in Malibu, California, interior designer Waldo Fernandez and architect Michael Kovac partnered up on refurbishing it.
Many have told the magic of Neutra’s architecture using photography, but only Julius Shulman got to work so close and often with the master, to become almost his – accidental – biographer.
Modern Love is more than a swinging melody by the late David Bowie; it is also the theme to the equally spirited Opening Night Party to kick off this year’s Modernism Week.
TV star Matt Muenster tells us all about the respectful renovation of his midcentury modern home.
Since its inauguration as the accessory to two existing events in 2006, the Modernism Week has matured into a large-scale celebration of the midcentury modern period.
As part of the official media channels to promote the exciting event, we will cover the event.
Looking from the bottom of the hillside, it is difficult not to acknowledge the gorgeous Modernist home that stems from the lush vegetation towards the top.
Interior designer Elin Walters and her husband, took on the personal project to renovate their midcentury home.
Originally built in 1966 by leading Icelanding architect Guðmundur Kr. Kristinsson, this midcentury modern treasure faced a complete restoration.
With a limited budget to work with, authentic low cost materials played a decisive role in shaping this modernis family home in Brazil
Originally built in 1948, this two story midcentury modern home experienced a sterling renovation thanks to the design by Peterssen/Keller Architecture.
This complex of elegant, modernist buildings in Australia make the most of their spectacular views.
This North Penn House was built to minister to a family of five, who were looking to start living more closely connected to nature.
We spoke to project leader Noah Biklen about the project and what steps were made to meet wishes of the client.
This modern residence stands in California’s Greenbrae. After a full renovation by Building Lab architects, the house now indulges in open space as opposed to a previous grim overall feel.
The Theodore Wirth home was conceptualized to stand as a modern ranch in a natural hillside landscape of Minnesota.
The Cheng-Reinganum Residence was completed in 2016 by Swatt | Miers architects for a young family. The modern house architecture ,boasts an incredible view of the rolling hills together with the sight of Mount Diablo beyond the bounds.
The last Alexander Girard designed house is in Detroit, and is now back to its original splendor.
This contemporary style home was recently completed by adding a modern pavilion-style extension to an unkempt Victorian bluestone villa in need of rejuvenation.
Situated in an Australian Bush environment, it is clear this home was attentively designed to fit into its surroundings as well as to comply with the owners’ rural lifestyle.
This stunning modern house architecture drew its inspiration from an ultra-modern midcentury home, commissioned by American film star Gary Cooper in the early 1950s.
The Sagebrush Residence by Studio ARD, gets the full Palms Springs midcentury modern treatment.