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Dramatic facelift to an Eichler-inspired townhouse in Northern California

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This gorgeous Eichler-inspired townhouse has undergone a complete transformation by San Francisco-based John Lum Architecture, located in Menlo Park, California. The scope of the project involved a gut renovation of the entire home and evolving the space into an energetic, loft style pad. A three-story modern facade from the street view features wood, steel and […]



Mid-century modern remodel in Massachusetts opens to the outdoors

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This mid-century modern home has been completely renovated, featuring bright and airy interiors by Flavin Architects, located in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The area plays host to numerous modernist houses, all inspired by architect Walter Gropius’s own 1940s abode, located in the vicinity. By the time this dwelling had been constructed, modernism had evolved from the Gropius […]

Midcentury dream retreat with a poolside oasis in Palm Springs

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This midcentury home was completely remodeled by interiors studio H3K Design, featuring clean lines and indoor-outdoor design in Palm Springs, California. The designers wanted to make this Alexander built home the ultimate dream retreat. From the front exterior facade, dry and stark geometry greets you at the street, while a lush oasis invites you through […]

Mid-century modern with dramatic San Francisco skyline views

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The Butteryfly House is a two-unit, mid-century modern structure that has been beautifully transformed by John Maniscalco Architecture, located in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Spread out over four levels, the interiors encompass almost 5,000 square feet of living space; featuring five bedrooms, an open plan layout, expansive walls of retractable glass […]

Artfully redesigned mid-century beach villa in Montecito

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This mid-century beach villa in Montecito, California was originally constructed in 1952, receiving a complete overhaul by the team of Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects. The home is ideally positioned on a quite, private drive in the Butterfly Beach neighborhood, surrounded by lush landscaping. The home began with numerous small rooms that felt confined and not very spacious. […]

Extraordinary mid-century design in Colorado: Round House

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Architect Emily Summers re-designed this residence called Round House as her family vacation home, originally designed in 1968 by builder Don Price, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Dallas-based designer along with an architect at her firm, Jessica Stewart Lendvay, who now has her own firm, not only created an addition to the home, but restored […]

Classic Eichler home in California gets an inspiring update

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Klopf Architects have just sent us images of one of their latest projects, a renewed classic Eichler home they completely transformed in Sunnyvale, California. Working in collaboration with Growsgreen Landscape Design, and Flegel’s Construction, the team joined forces to completely upgrade this mid-century atrium Eichler home up to 21st century standards. One of the homeowner’s had a mother who grew up […]

Split-level mid-century ranch home gets fabulous facelift

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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design was responsible for the remarkable transformation of this once dilapidated split-level mid-century ranch home located in Portland, Oregon. On the main level, enclosed living spaces are now open and airy with a spacious great room and kitchen filled with natural light. The master bathroom was moved to the back of the […]

Innovative Canadian bachelor pad with a mid-century vibe

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This mid-century styled bachelor pad was designed for a doctor by Stephane Chamard, located in an old office building from the 1970’s in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The client commissioned the designer to transform this empty loft after he was the designer’s own home featured, he was impressed by his work. He didn’t want a similar look, […]