The hallmark of mid-century modern home design is the incorporation of the environment with the home architecture. 🌿
These homes were created with the idea that the exterior space was an extension of the living space. Often this was accomplished by blurring the lines of being in vs. out through the use of organic materials like Brazilian hardwood paneling and river rock juxtaposed against clean lines and minimal designs.
I’m just wishing that there were more of these beauties being built today. Who’s with me?🙋♂️🙋♀️
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Project: @sandro_restaurants Tapiola, Espoo, 2017
Client & interior architect: @futudesign
Color rendition is where the PhaseOne TriChromatic excels. Look at the separation of all the colors in this room. From the beds to the chair and the table. And none spill to the wall or floor. Getting pinks to show up accurately has always been an issue for me with digital cameras. Not the story anymore.
This Seattle home has a natural connection to the outdoors and loads of natural light. It was built by Treebird Construction and designed by mw|works architecture + design.⠀
Photography credit: Andrew Pogue⠀