1,844 modernist Home Design Photos

Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Dutchess County Contemporary Barn
Ideabooks1,434
Questions2
Modernist homes have that flat roof so that the rectangular or cubic form is what one reads when looking at the home. By using a flat roof, the designer is
Modernist homes have that flat roof so that the rectangular or cubic form is what one reads when looking at the home. By using a flat roof, the designer is making the statement that the structure is separate and distinct from nature. Clearly, the home is an object made by humans, displaying all the
“Plant another tall grass to fill in space by palms” — Magdalena Hurwitz
Peace Design
Exterior
Ideabooks1,107
Questions2
Classical Lines in Modern Homes While modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly
Classical Lines in Modern Homes While modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly
Classical Lines in Modern HomesWhile modernists promote the absence of ornament, they also incorporate the classical philosophy of order, proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its organization and massing.
“I love the symmetry of this house” — cindystar13
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Westport River House - East Elevation
Ideabooks518
Questions0
Rectangular Shapes Last, a modernist house relies on an overall form that is generally rectangular and boxy. The exteriors of these boxes are sided with materials that provide a uniformity
Rectangular ShapesLast, a modernist house relies on an overall form that is generally rectangular and boxy. The exteriors of these boxes are sided with materials that provide a uniformity
“sandy color” — mvfrank
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Eberhart
Ideabooks4,547
Questions3
screens that allow for light and privacy here. This is obviously not a natural material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done.
screens that allow for light and privacy here. This is obviously not a natural material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done. Purists, hold your comments
screens that allow for light and privacy here. This is obviously not a natural material, but I love the opportunities these panels provide. With a modernist sensibility, mixing materials like these with materials in an older vernacular can be artfully done. Purists, hold your comments!
“over the back door?” — 34thstreet
William Rogers Architect
3 Reviews
Astor Place Townhouse
Ideabooks49
Questions0
Modernist Living Room with green English Kirkstone Floor
“green floor” — dhalper
Nest Modern
1 Review
Casa Nido
Ideabooks6,064
Questions8
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Built in 1956, this colorful midcentury modern family room still has its original cork ceiling with wood strips. Other modernist touches: the orange Jonathan Adler table, olive green Draper chairs (from Thayer Coggin), and the iconic George Nelson bubble pendant over the dining
Built in 1956, this colorful midcentury modern family room still has its original cork ceiling with wood strips. Other modernist touches: the orange Jonathan Adler table, olive green Draper chairs (from Thayer Coggin), and the iconic George Nelson bubble pendant over the dining
“love love love” — Judy Ruddock
NEW THEME Inc.
Green Greenberg Green House
Ideabooks650
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
“balcony” — malathivamshidhar
Everitt Design
Modern Simplicity
Ideabooks52
Questions1
modernist furniture
“Cristaleira” — galega
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