2,003 modernist Home Design Photos

Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
Ideabooks1,900
Questions0
industrial materials (such as reinforced concrete) to create Modernist homes formed from series of geometric boxes – flat roofed, with bands of horizontal windows, large glass planes and raised or cantilevered construction. WHY WE LOVE IT: Modernist houses were considered radical when they first appeared
was a precursor to Mid-century Modernism overseas, in Australia progressive 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 create architecture for the modern age. They abandoned traditional forms,
“MODERNNN” — maddie
Porebski Architects
Castlecrag House
Ideabooks1,111
Questions2
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 in earlier decades. With that combined broad influence, the International style still lives up to its designation
structure. The asymmetrical composition typifies this style. The roof ends and simple and minimal junctures of windows and doors to walls comply with the modernist theory of function only — no ornament necessary.
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 in earlier decades. With that combined broad influence, the International style still lives up to its designation
“Front door” — jackiharry
Becker Studios
7 Reviews
Glen Oaks
Ideabooks1,907
Questions1
A spirit of place. “Genius loci“ usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response to the climate, topography and vegetation of the region
4. A spirit of place. “Genius loci“ usually refers to a site’s distinctive atmosphere. Several of the early modernist landscape architects practiced in California, and their designs represent a sensitive response to the climate, topography and vegetation of the region
“Mid” — nedz5
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks4,798
Questions2
jambs and are used to create a door that is flush with the wall. When the doors are closed, the wall has a more uniform and monolithic appearance, a modernist design trait for sure. And when the door is open ...
and are used to create a door that is flush with the wall. When the doors are closed, the wall has a more uniform and monolithic appearance, a modernist design trait for sure. And when the door is open ..
and are used to create a door that is flush with the wall. When the doors are closed, the wall has a more uniform and monolithic appearance, a modernist design trait for sure. And when the door is open ...
jambs and are used to create a door that is flush with the wall. When the doors are closed, the wall has a more uniform and monolithic appearance, a modernist design trait for sure. And when the door is open ...
“Enclosed” — panettanm
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
Ideabooks669
Questions1
so that sunshine doesn't hit the windows and overheat the space. meanwhile, the overhang makes the rooms feel bigger and plays up the midcentury modernist aesthetic of outdoor living
so that sunshine doesn't hit the windows and overheat the space. Meanwhile, the overhang makes the rooms feel bigger and plays up the midcentury modernist aesthetic of outdoor living.Photo by Alen Lin
du soleil et préservent le foyer de la chaleur. Ce surplomb 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 air. © Alen Lin
hit the windows and overheat the space. Meanwhile, the overhang makes the rooms feel bigger and plays up the midcentury modernist aesthetic of outdoor living.Photo by Alen Lin
“Simple railing” — veerandveer
Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks7,375
Questions3
rejected. Early gardens created following the edicts of the Bauhaus movement were built by modernist architects, not gardeners; Walter Gropius designed only one garden, at England's Dartington Hall, in the 1930s.Modernist houses in the 1920s and 1930s were built based on geometric shapes with an eye to form
“exterior” — sherriquinn
Ehrlich Architects
2 Reviews
700 Palms Residence
Ideabooks13,379
Questions8
Without the wall of glass, this room is just another elegant modernist box. With it, it's one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful living rooms I've ever seen.
14. Without the wall of glass, this room is just another elegant modernist box. With it, it’s one of the most awe-inspiring and beautiful living rooms we’ve ever seen.
“everything” — 123gingerb
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks3,959
Questions13
herringbone-patterned floor, we referenced the era in which the house was built,” the architect says. A sofa with multisided seating has decidedly modernist attributes; it allows people to relax and enjoy the contemporary fireplace, the avant-garde photo collage, the more traditional bay window or the
herringbone-patterned floor, we referenced the era in which the house was built,’ the architect says. A sofa with multi-sided seating has decidedly modernist attributes; it allows people to relax and enjoy the contemporary fireplace, the avant-garde photo collage, the more traditional bay window or the
“Sofa!!!” — sucarita
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