Sitting by the peak of Mt. Merina near Hudson, NY, this contemporary home design serves as a weekend retreat for a young family living in the bustling city of New York.
The craft of landscaping redefines spaces, brings them together as well as creates contrast in unexpected ways.
Landscape design is not only about embellishment but also functionality and consideration for climate change.
Inspired by the design of outdoor spaces, this category covers landscaping for midcentury homes touching upon the importance of landscape design and the main styles in which it is related to midcentury modern architecture.
Landscape Design shapes our everyday life. Case in point: The Tin House Project.
The landscape design by Ground Studio values the natural landscape as well as the architectural forms of the new home designed by Sagan Piechota Architecture.
Sometimes the natural environment of a location presents a perfect backdrop for designing a landscape to sync with a home.
This circa-1954 house is the original work of one of our favorite modernist architects, Richard Neutra.
The philosophy behind this Sanctuary Palo Alto project in Northern California revolves around the architecture and landscape being one expression.
Just as with home environments, the composition of an office space makes a world of difference to its overall atmosphere.
This modern home by Seattle Architecture firm Suyama Peterson Deguchi in Palo Alto, CA, is filled with light and air while enjoying a deep indoor/outdoor connection.
Midcentury modern architecture leans heavily on the concept that good design must be accessible, functional and follow an indoor/outdoor connection.
We delve into the Eichler #1, a landscaping project commissioned to Terremoto landscape design for an original Eichler in Southern California.
The craft of landscaping redefines spaces, brings them together creating contrast in unexpected ways. Landscape design is not only about embellishing the site but also functionality.
By its nature, landscaping is something that often takes a peripheral role in people’s appreciation of mid-century modern homes.
But if it’s done badly it can easily ruin a perfectly beautiful home.