Beautiful clean lines of this mid-century modern architecture.
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.
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.
Must-Know Modern HomesTell us: How would you describe your home's style?
Added to 905 ideabooks Last comment "my house must have a pond and tall trees :))"
Modern, but still has a pitched roof.
hint of mid-century modern in the way these wood roof structures slope and fly out into space.Privacy wasn't a concern, as there are no neighbors on the far side of the lagoon and to the sides. So using as much glass and achieving as much transparency as possible was the order of the day. A view from