I’m absolutely in love with this 1960 mid century modern home just off of Balcones. It’s got everything a quintessential mid-century home should have, post and beam construction, cork, terrazzo, and oodles of clerestory windows. The indoor pool is a bit quirky but I’m not mad at it at all.
Details: 2,138 sf, 3 Bed, 3 BathRead More
This one is a special one. It was designed by David Graeber (of LBJ library fame amongst others) as his personal home. He lovingly called it the Japanese House for obvious reasons. The Japanese aesthetic played a huge roll in American modernism in the post war years, and it’s great to see such a clean example of it here in Austin.
Details: 1,818 sf, 3 Bed, 2 BathRead More
I hate to be that guy, but man the furniture in this one is killing my vibe. This one says it’s a new build in 2014 but I believe I can still see the bones of the original 1957 home in there somewhere. Furniture aside, this is a great looking project by Thomas Tornbjerg, and quite a departure from the rest of his body of work.
Details: 3,877 sf, 5 Bed, 4 BathRead More
We’ve featured this one before, and it’s been on the modern homes tour, so it may look familiar. It’s an upside down house with all the public space (living room, kitchen) upstairs to maximize views. I’ve been in a few houses like that, and though they are a bit different I always appreciate the difference. The only downsides on this one are the busy road, and it really needs a pool.
Details: 3,450 sf, 4 Bed, 5 BathRead More
I love brick used in a modern home. If treated right it can really make a space feel timeless and unique. The material pallet inside the home is just as classic and well executed, and I especially appreciate all the built in cabinets. I’d love to see more like this.
Details: 3,405 sf, 4 Bed, 4 BathRead More