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Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
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Russian Hill High-Rise
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Reveal Base The reveal is in every modernist designer’s toolbox. Separating and expressing the joint between materials
The reveal is in every modernist designer’s toolbox. Separating and expressing the joint between materials
Reveal BaseThe reveal is in every modernist designer’s toolbox. Separating and expressing the joint between materials is a common technique used in co
“Great idea to use instead of baseboard” — sbonnell
Harry Elson Architect PC
New York Residence
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Harry Elson Architect. In an otherwise white environment, they make a modernist statement.
Harry Elson Architect. In an otherwise white environment, they make a modernist statement.See more of this New York house
Harry Elson Architect. In an otherwise white environment, they make a modernist statement.
“Prints/white room” — Tracy Fox Bryant
Stiff and Trevillion
House Bloomsbury
Ideabooks931
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Art Deco and Modernist movementsAround the mid 1920s and early 1930s, Crittall windows became associated with the Art Deco and Modernist movements. ‘Steel
‘Steel and concrete came together as the two main materials of the Modernist movement,’ John explains. ‘It was all about the look; creating slim sightlines
“Separation” — Radhakrishnan Madassery
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Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
Ideabooks2,504
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architects did not experiment with the style until after World War II.Modernist architects worked by the ethos of “form follows function” and sought to
technology and industrial materials (such as reinforced concrete) to create Modernist homes formed from series of geometric boxes – flat roofed, with bands of
glass planes and raised or cantilevered construction. WHY WE LOVE IT: Modernist houses were considered radical when they first appeared, but today are
“Landscaping” — Brenda Abramson
Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
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known as the New York Five successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that had developed in earlier decades. With that combined
simple and minimal junctures of windows and doors to walls comply with the modernist theory of function only — no ornament necessary.
known as the New York Five successfully built many projects using the modernist design theory that had developed in earlier decades. With that combined
simple and minimal junctures of windows and doors to walls comply with the modernist theory of function only — no ornament necessary.
“Can light” — lorissmith
Midcentury Exterior
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usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent
usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent
“Is there anything we can take out of this style range. Back the house up in time instead of trying t” — jdemaster
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
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the overhang makes the rooms feel bigger and plays up the midcentury modernist aesthetic of outdoor living
the overhang makes the rooms feel bigger and plays up the midcentury modernist aesthetic of outdoor living.Photo by Alen Lin
apporte aussi une sensation d’espace, tout en jouant avec l’esthétique moderniste typique du milieu du siècle, qui mettait l’accent sur la vie au grand
“balcony” — munjitattu
Elad Gonen
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exterior
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were built by modernist architects, not gardeners; Walter Gropius designed only one garden, at England's Dartington Hall, in the 1930s.Modernist houses in
“open ended house” — coosehollow
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