639 modernist Contemporary Home Design Photos

Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks7,184
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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
“macizo” — isoberbia
Sutro Architects
2 Reviews
Parisian Modern Flat - Pacific Heights
Ideabooks3,728
Questions12
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
“Sillas” — croig
Ruhl Walker Architects
10 Reviews
Westport River House - East Elevation
Ideabooks507
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
“simple” — evduggan
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Eberhart
Ideabooks4,522
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!
“grasses in elevated planter in front of screen” — lalaamidala
William Rogers Architect
3 Reviews
Astor Place Townhouse
Ideabooks46
Questions0
Modernist Living Room with green English Kirkstone Floor
“green floor” — dhalper
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
1 Review
Floating Layers
Ideabooks2,385
Questions3
intended by the designer. They are designed to be static and not develop to a greater or lesser extent over time, making them ideal companions to modernist architecture. To create a similar design in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens that will grow within their own
intended by the designer. They are designed to be static and not develop to a greater or lesser extent over time, making them ideal companions to modernist architecture. To create a similar design in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens that will grow within their own
“voor tuin” — kdmja
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
The Coach House
Ideabooks2,071
Questions4
Period Formal Lounge w modernist makeover
something salvaged or vintage, Chamard is carrying on the French tradition in his living room. A vintage light fixture hangs above a pair of classic modernist chairs and a blue sofa. The fireplace surround was installed by the party-loving dentist.Egg chairs: Arne Jacobsen; sofa: Ploum, Ligne Roset
“fireplace” — lsaeger25
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks174
Questions1
modernist lounge chairs
“pocket door” — fxw1
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