This house is located in the state of Illinois, U.S., and was designed in 1967 by the architect John Replinger. The iconic elements of a mid-century modern house are all there: open plan, floor to ceiling glass walls, a flat roof and discreet furniture that don’t distract from appreciating the outside view.
The first picture got all our attention. This mid-century modern house is perfectly integrated in its surroundings, and even the garden was inspired by the work of a modernist landscaping architect: Roberto Burle Marx.
From what we can see, you can cross it all the way through the glass door windows; is there a more mid-century modern architectural feature than this one?
(found on Curbed)