11 lifestyles Midcentury Exterior Design Photos

yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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5. A connection to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar)
A connection to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar)
5. A connection to the home’s interior. The modern garden evokes a lifestyle of informality. The style grew out of the architects’ and designers’ adaptive use of inventive materials, modern construction techniques and new (postwar)
“trellis” — jacobsen2
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,659
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prosperity, had more children and moved to the suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia, architects translated an emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living
“Railing” — hester8
Allwood Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Modern Lifestyle
Ideabooks884
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Modern Lifestyle
“Grey w white” — aussiedeg
Allwood Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Modern Lifestyle
Ideabooks4,746
Questions5
Modern Lifestyle
“Concreto” — cecita42
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
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My parents entertained a lot, and the concept of free-flowing movement between indoors and out was part of the modern era and their lifestyle," says Ferris.
"My parents entertained a lot, and the concept of free-flowing movement between indoors and out was part of the modern era and their lifestyle," says Ferris.
“Building shape/materials” — Ayele Interiors
Hudson Street Design
14 Reviews
Sea Ranch Residence
Ideabooks245
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liked the ruggedness of the coast and the wildness of the sea,” Eric says.But they had a long way to go before settling into a laid-back West Coast lifestyle. First, their narrow, ocean-facing, cliff-hugging lot was sandwiched tightly between two homes, requiring a design that blocked views of their neighbors
“Solar panels” — nicholashanke
Gary Hutton Design
1 Review
Gary Hutton Lagoon House
Ideabooks2,634
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witnessed a continuation of that desire to build the quintessential American house. A house that would be forward looking, accommodate a relaxed lifestyle and dissolve the barriers between inside and outside. These Mid-Century Modern houses are now cherished.
“Windows!” — freepaint
Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects
1 Review
Tarrytown Pavilion
Ideabooks1,948
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reflective of lifestyle choices - great for entertaining.
“Great angles.” — James D Rogers, Builder
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