Mid Century House
Originally built in 1955 by HB Wolff & Co, Elm House was renovated and re-built from top to bottom in 2008 by developer/designer Mitchell Weisberg.
This 2,069 square foot, four bedroom, three bathroom residence is located in Krisana Park, one of the nicest mid-century modern neighborhoods in Denver, Colorado.
Built in 1958 by by McCarthy, Zemke and Hartfelder, this modern home sits on a lot on a quiet cul-de sac in Pasadena, California.
The 4,994 square foot residence has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a formal dining room, a large kitchen with butler’s pantry, a den, a library, a living room and a covered terrace overlooking the pool and outdoor entertaining areas.
Denver-based studio Rowland+Broughton Architecture and Urban Design has completed the remodeling of this mid-century ranch located in Aspen, Colorado.
The 3,600 square foot residence has now four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an awesome rooftop terrace with an outdoor hot tub overlooking the mountains.
By admin • Apr 29, 2011
This beautiful Mid-Century Modern one level home was built in 1951.
The 3,354 square foot residence has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and sits on a 18,000 square feet lot in Mercer Island in the Seattle Metropolitan Area, Washington.
Located in Three Rivers, a rustic yet stylish community which serves as the gateway to the Sequoia National Park in California, this home was built in 1942 by architect Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
This single-family residence is unique for its design which actually spans the rushing flume waters, and yet is absolute riverfront to the main river adjacent.
There are four private living spaces for a total of 3,000+ sq/ft with 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 2 kitchens plus several private decks and porches all with amazing river views.
By admin • Jan 19, 2011
The Pasinetti modernist residence, which takes its name from its first owner, Italian writer Pier Maria Pasinetti, was originally designed in 1958 by Romanian architect Haralamb Georgescu.
Located in the stars’ neighborhood of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, the residence (2,000 sq ft) was renovated in 2008 by architect Aaron Torrence.