Modern Industrial Home With Colorful Touches

Modern Industrial Home With Colorful Touches
This modern industrial home is a converted factory built in the late 1960s; it was abandoned until Austrian sculptor and architect Reinhold Traxl gave the structure a new life. The raw surfaces found throughout create a blank canvas for furniture, design, and art. You may see raw concrete, wood, metal that remind of the industrial... 
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Mid-Century Modern Extension For A 1940s Home

Mid-Century Modern Extension For A 1940s Home
The homeowners of this 1940s house wanted more space for living but didn’t want to tear down the original building. Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard came up with an alternative solution: ‘courtyard urbanism’ that maintained the original structure while adding a multifunctional studio along the back alley. The architects added triple the usable square footage of... 
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Mid-Century Sea Ranch Cabin In The Woods

Mid-Century Sea Ranch Cabin In The Woods
The Sea Ranch Cabin is a 1960s home built by American architect Joseph Esherick as a model for low-cost holiday housing. It has been recently restored by Design collective Framestudio, and here’s what they got. The cabin is surrounded by redwood trees and has a small footprint split across various levels that create an interconnected... 
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Mid-Century Michigan Home By Frank Lloyd Wright

Mid-Century Michigan Home By Frank Lloyd Wright
Frank Lloyd Wright was a famous architect known for his gorgeous mid-century homes, and today we are featuring one of them. The house took 40 years for this design to be fully realized. Frank Lloyd Wright originally designed the compact home for a retired schoolteacher. The location embodies his principles of organic architecture, intertwining the... 
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Elegant Mid-Century Modern Home With Skylights

Elegant Mid-Century Modern Home With Skylights
This original Eichler in Palo Alto Hills sits in an amazing setting amongst old growth. It’s kept in its original condition, let’s enjoy this beauty. The house is done in the combo of brown and cream completely, which is a warming up and classic color scheme. All the furniture is done in the same style... 
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Stylish Mid-Century Modern Home With Views

Stylish Mid-Century Modern Home With Views
This home was built in the late 1960s, there are excellent materials and a character, a strong character that can be seen in any space. The wood paneling found throughout the house provides warmth and contrast with the vast amount of windows found at the back of the home. The exposed structure of the stairway... 
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Light-Filled Mid-Century Modern Danish Home

Light-Filled Mid-Century Modern Danish Home
This Danish home was built in 1968 and was designed by architect Knud Holscher. It features a clear combo of mid-century modern style with a Scandinavian feel. The original materials here give a visual history and connect you to the mid-century modern architecture. Let’s take a closer look at each space. The interiors are done... 
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Bright And Stylish Modernist Home In The Forest

Bright And Stylish Modernist Home In The Forest
This home is called Mountain Brook Residence and was originally designed by architect Fritz Woehle in 1963. It has recently been renovated by Birmingham-based architecture firm Design Initiative, which sought to return the building’s original charm, while modernizing its interiors and improving circulation. A radial plan organizes the building around a central dining room, which... 
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Taylor Swift’s Mid-Century Modern Guest House

Taylor Swift’s Mid-Century Modern Guest House
We are used to see small guest houses in the garden or just a bedroom somewhere in the house but a whole spacious home only for guests? Only a celebrity can afford a whole mansion for friends and family coming! And yes, this is a celebrity’s home – this is a guest house of Taylor... 
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1941 House That Retained Its Original Сharm

1941 House That Retained Its Original Сharm
The Bonnet House was originally built by architect Richard Neutra in 1941 and many of its systems are currently changed still the original charm is retained. The house is made of several volumes built into a hill, and on the inside it’s clad with rich-colored wood and also done in white for a contrast. The... 
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