5 Midcentury Design Lessons for Modern-Day Living
The era’s simple and economical materials and open, energy-smart floor plans still have relevance today. See why
Colin Flavin | Houzz Contributor
I have always been enamored of the striking design results that midcentury modern architects were able to achieve. What makes their work so relevant today, though, are the modest budgets and simple materials they often used to get these results. With the steep rise in construction costs for contemporary houses, we need to discover ways to do more with less now more than ever.
Halderman/Brooks Eichler by Modern House Architects