36,755 midcentury modern Exterior Design Photos

Michelle
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
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free. Midcentury modern homes are usually defined by the lines of their roofs and beams, making gutters unwelcome details. Rain chains (preferably connected to dry wells or planting areas to keep water onsite) can be a handsome way to direct rainwater.
free. Midcentury modern homes are usually defined by the lines of their roofs and beams, making gutters unwelcome details. Rain chains (preferably connected to dry wells or planting areas to keep water onsite) can be a handsome way to direct rainwater"
free. Midcentury modern homes are usually defined by the lines of their roofs and beams, making gutters unwelcome details. Rain chains (preferably connected to dry wells or planting areas to keep water onsite) can be a handsome way to direct rainwater.
“I could use lemon grass as a foundation planting” — rivkeh
Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
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note to midcentury modern architecture is that Palm Springs hosts an annual modernism week each year in February that draws enthusiasts from around the world. The week includes parties, exhibits, lectures and tours of important modern houses.
Next came midcentury modern. As you look at midecentury interiors and exteriors and objects, you'll see those curves and lines in action.
“房顶” — pzhang17
Keycon, Inc
1 Review
Palo Alto | Eichler Kithchen & Bath Remodel
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concrete block courtyard, a classic mid-century modern design/function element
embraced the modern movement, in which all precedents were eschewed in favor of minimalism and efficiency, akin to International style. Eichler employed several architectural firms to design wood post and beam structures that allowed the placement of large expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows, open floor
Contemporary/Midcentury ModernThis style developed primarily out of the Case Study House program begun in 1945 in Southern California, and out of mid-20th-century developments built by Joseph Eichler. Case Study architects embraced the modern movement, in which all precedents were eschewed in favor of minimalism
unique modern-style vacation homes that established a flourishing and trendy desert oasis. Though there were several different roof forms used in contemporary styles, this house shows the common very low-sloped gable version. Note the mixture of materials: vertical groove wood siding, wood posts and beams
“Colors” — donutz81
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Residence
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looks modern. Accent lighting. Clean landscaping.
great image of mid century modern
love the mid century moderns style and dramatic lighting
Midcentury house with "screen" around it. Makes a courtyard type of feel.
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.
sized, 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
adorned with modern art, especially abstract or nonfigurative art. This trio of Constantin Brancusi–esque sculptures mingles with the trees and stands out against the plain walls of the residence.
“Arcing gradual slope” — fdkat
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Niagara Vineyard Renovation
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Woolgar was fascinated by midcentury modern design for many years before renovating. She read up on architects and designers like Charles and Ray Eames, Richard Neutra and George Nelson, and admired homes like the Farnsworth House and Koenig’s Case Study
fascinated by midcentury modern design for many years before renovating. She read up on architects and designers like Charles and Ray Eames, Richard Neutra and George Nelson, and admired homes like the Farnsworth House and Koenig’s Case Study House #22. She developed a clear vision for the home: something open
integrity of modern concept but you satisfy the more traditional look required by the community.
fascinated by midcentury modern design for many years before renovating. She read up on architects and designers like Charles and Ray Eames, Richard Neutra and George Nelson, and admired homes like the Farnsworth House and Koenig’s Case Study House #22. She developed a clear vision for the home: something open
“windows” — Allyson Zuzik
Renewal Design-Build
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Druid Hills Mid Century Modern
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modern entry with stone, steel and stucco.
mid-century modern front door
nod to midcentury modern style. Door: Crestview; stone: Tennessee Crab Orchard Strip Rubble Veneer
Century Modern...century modern...modern door...modern stairway
“Nice type of door for side return and back door?” — montassa
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Stolp
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bought a mid-century modern ranch in Fort Worth, and after spending years in a craftsman bungalow, we're trying to educate ourselves on what constitutes mid-century modern design. I would love to know where you bought the hardware on the front door. We have the original door and want it to be the focus
“door style” — sdaisies
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Abbots Way
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maison moderne pour terrain en dénivelé
modern plus has lots of plants
aforementioned midcentury modernism in the United States. Structural transparency lies at the heart of this style, which can easily be identified by flat roofs, walls of glass and long planes of solid walls punctuated with openings. With the home shown, the landscape is defined by the extension of primary wall
is a modern box that uses stone walls to define the outdoor space by the pool and beyond. On each side there are rectangular openings that make the walls less barriers and more portals to what is on the other side.
“Stone walls continue into house” — sonyasass
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