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Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
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Tarrytown Residence
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purchased the sculpture from, but I think this is what you are looking for: http://www.yliving.com/vessel-architectural-pottery-ls-sculpture-segments.html
The yard sculpture is vessel / architectural pottery and is still in production.
Still looks modern. Accent lighting. Clean landscaping.
great image of mid century modern
love the mid century moderns style and dramatic lighting
mid-century modern homes were often light, thin and screen-like and would only gently touch the earth. More often than not these homes had an impermanent quality that belies their intrinsic ability to do more with less.
The most obvious answer is that modern residential architecture should be adorned
elements in midcentury architecture. Notice the screen applied to this Texas house. This simple element extends a living space and gives the exterior visual interest.
“Garage and courtyard” — Vanessa Coursey
building Lab, inc.
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eichler in marinwood
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People are adapting these modernist architectural ideas to today’s lifestyles in any number of ways, including: Adding privacy. Large expanses of glass used in modern residential architecture open views from the house to the outdoors. But glass also allows views into
Adding privacy. Large expanses of glass used in modern residential architecture open views from the house to the outdoors. But glass
including: Adding privacy. Large expanses of glass used in modern residential architecture open views from the house to the outdoors. But glass also allows views into the home. Semitransparent fencing is one way to gain privacy while screening views and maintaining airflow.
People are adapting these modernist architectural ideas to today’s lifestyles in any number of ways, including:
“fence” — karabruner
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pond house | 9 degrees
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ome of the best modern residential architecture can be found in the U.S. desert Southwest. Phoenix can be considered the epicenter of many of these houses, which seem to rise from the
“Rustic site; warm colors” — Aaron Ellsworth
Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
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Roots of Style: International Style Celebrates Pure Form Photo 1 of 16 As in America, Europe continued to embrace modernism in residential architecture consistently throughout the rest of the 20th century. Specifically, during the 1970s a group of architects known as the New York Five
As in America, Europe continued to embrace modernism in residential architecture consistently throughout the rest of the 20th century. Specifically, during the 1970s a group of architects known as the New York Five successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that
As in America, Europe continued to embrace modernism in residential architecture consistently throughout the rest of the 20th century. Specifically, during the 1970s a group of architects known as the New York Five successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that had developed
“Alb” — gr8estalex
Northern Roof Tiles
Frank Lloyd Wright's - The Darwin Martin Complex
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One of the most prestigious projects we have supplied is the Martin House in Buffalo NY. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904 it was the largest residential complex of his career and one of the most expensive. Although the house had fallen in to disrepair and a number of the buildings demolished, the
"it could be considered the first modern residential architecture predating the West Coast–born Craftsman style "
of Chicago-based architects began developing an aesthetic that dismissed classicism and medieval precedents as the framework for defining their residential designs. Among others, Louis Sullivan contributed to its development, but Frank Lloyd Wright became the most famous of this progressive group of
“Love the concrete lines” — brandyniverson
caulfieldstudio.com
Oscar B. Balch House (Wright, 1911)
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contemporary solution to a blossoming culture and nation. Second, it could be considered the first modern residential architecture predating the West Coast–born Craftsman style and the birth of European modernism. Third, its original era briefly lasted until around World War I, but its influence continued
in future modern architecture. Windows articulate a geometric pattern, and balconies appear to float above the first-level porches.
further linear exaggeration, and predate the glass wall found in future modern architecture. Windows articulate a geometric pattern, and balconies appear to float above the first-level porches.
omg love this house. mixture of modern and old design
previously popular. Notice how the window groups turn the corners, providing further linear exaggeration, and predate the glass wall found in future modern architecture. Windows articulate a geometric pattern, and balconies appear to float above the first-level porches.
“Deck” — adson001
James Merrell Architects, P.C.
Daniel's Lane House
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Merrell Architecture
“Skylight” — misterbee
Stephen Yablon Architect, PLLC
Guest Pavilion
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“Ceiling , lighting , furniture and open space” — Corrie Graboski
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