mid-century modern architecture

Amazing Custom Mid-century Modern Dollhouses by Interior Designers

You came here to see a really awesome post whose photos I had to remove. Nothing sucks more for a blogger than to disappoint their readers and I’m so sorry. In trying to share some really cool creative stuff with you (the intent of this blog), I unknowingly violated copyright laws set forth by the publication which brought the story to my attention. (more…)

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One of Frank Lloyd’s Wright’s 14 Circular Homes Hits The Market

Built in Phoenix in 1967 the “Norman Lykes Home” was one of the very last designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright and is one of only 14 circular homes he designed. The single family home is 3,095 sq ft, has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a pool, amazing views and an asking price of $3,250,000. (more…)

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Midcentury Modern Architecture Tissue Box Covers!

What a fun find! Thanks to my friend Bill Bowersock, I can share with you these fabulous four fun tissue boxes crafted to emulate classic Midcentury Modern homes and buildings. Created from MDF and produced locally in Southern California, the designs fit standard low count regular rectangular tissue boxes. (more…)

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Petra Island and its Controversial Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Home for Sale. (55 photos)

The Massaro House and the heart-shaped island upon which it sits are presently available for purchase. The private Petra Island in Lake Mahopac, New York comes complete with the questionable Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Massaro House plus stunning guest house and is now listed on the market by realtors Chilton and Chadwick. (more…)

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Restored Thornton Abell Mid-Century Modern Home Just Listed and Wow.

Every now and then a restored mid-century modern architectural gem hits the market in Southern California -and it usually doesn’t stay available for long. I’m guessing such will be the case with this 1959-built, 3,212 square foot Thornton Abell home, lovingly restored by Tony Unruh, and just listed for sale with an asking price of $2.95M (more…)

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