Most of the mid-century houses, which were designed in the 50’s, are nowadays facing modern renovations while original mid-century design details are still kept and emphasized.
The mid-century style, characterized by open plans, floor-to-ceiling windows and minimal detailing, has been one of the key design trends of the last years. A striking example is this mid-century glass-and-steel house, which was designed in 1957 by Roy O. Allen and renovated in 2015 with modern flavors by designer Brad Dunning and architect Sebastian Quinn. The mid-century lovers will recognize the flat roof supported by glass walls, which create open and warm living spaces that blend the indoors with the outdoors (in that case, a rich greenery).
(all pictures below from Sebastien Quinn and Houlihan Lawrence)
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