Get ready to be inspired by some of the most amazing mid-century modern homes, which bring the best of clean lines and pure forms into the architecture. Boasting timeless design, these mid-century gems, ranging from boxy glass houses to post-and-beam stunners will definitely help you to get inspired and create something unique.
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A 1,600-square-foot home that features a flat roof and huge glass panels, giving you the feeling that you are in constant contact with the nature that surrounds the house and all day with natural light. Built by longtime University of Tennessee architecture professor William Starke Shell, this house is considered a masterpiece by those who appreciate the mid-century modern architecture.
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Thoughtfully restored-renovated expressing the architecture’s strong rectilinear quality, this mid-century building is located in Armonk, New York, about 50 minutes north of the city.
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The 2,522-square-foot house was built in 1962 by Verne Lars Solberg, a successful commercial architect in northern Illinois. When you give an architect of this caliber complete freedom to build what they have in mind, this kind of masterpieces appear.
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Designed in 1965 for Jack Christiansen, the pioneering engineer behind Seattle’s Kingdome roof and many other iconic buildings throughout the state, the post-and-beam waterfront residence appears to be virtually untouched and beautifully maintained over the years.
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It’s a masterclass in the Prairie style; an interior of cypress wood, Arkansas fieldstone, and flagstone floors is carefully balanced with giant floor-to-ceiling glass windows that provide views into the trees outside.
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Built by prolific Portland builder Robert Rummer in 1969, the house boasts Rummer’s classic post-and-beam design with a soaring atrium. Giant skylights also create an airy ambiance, but the home feels cozy thanks to Rummer’s use of wood and paneling.
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The large and open living room area boasts soaring tongue and groove ceilings with a massive crab orchard stacked stone fireplace. East facing clerestory windows and a glassed sunroom extend the length of the rear of the home to let in light, contrasting with the warm wood-paneled interiors.
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The New Canaan Residence, which takes its name from the Connecticut town where it is located, sits on a leafy property encompassing just under three acres (1.2 hectares). Ample glazing provides a strong connection to the landscape. South-facing, sliding glass doors offer views of a verdant lawn.
Decor your mid-century house with these amazing mid-century modern furniture pieces:
An armchair part of a beautiful collection that brings a comfortable and stylish shape, prepared to elevate the decor of any project.
With a very natural and sleek look, as comfortable as it can get, this accent chair strays true to its origins.
A sofa that combines some details from mid-century style with a contemporary design vision.
A drinks cabinet with a fresh and sleek look, comprising style and functionality.
Produced in classic materials such as solid walnut wood, with additional brass features and front paneling.
Diamond Small Mirror
The ultimate combination of geometry and design.
Sophisticated and Dynamic
The use of a polished brass structure enhances the luxurious element within this object.
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