Brillhart House




Charming Miami residence inspired by traditional Florida style with its mid-century open-plan architecture.  The house includes 100 feet of uninterrupted glass that covers the length of the front and rear facades, with four sets of sliding glass doors that allow the house to be entirely open when desired.  Front and back porches and shuttered doors along the front have been added for privacy and protection against the elements.

Photography : stunning pictures of Palm Springs Iconic Architecture in the light of a full moon






Australian photographer Tom Blachford presents the latest instalment of his series of modernist architecture photography Midnight Modern, a body of work that captures iconic Palm Springs mid-century residences in the chilling light of a full moon.

SOURCE : taken from YATZER

Steve Hermann’s Glass Pavilion House, Montecito California



The Glass Pavilion house – loosely inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s German Pavilion for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona – was designed by Steve Hermann as his own home. Located in Montecito, California and while the 14,000 home may not be exactly MCM the house does have some nice classics – particularly the garage.





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Modernism Week Palm Springs



Modernism week celebrates and fosters appreciation of mid-century architecture and design, as well as contemporary thinking in these fields, by encouraging education, preservation and sustainable modern living as represented in Palm Springs.

Modernism Week’s signature February Event is an annual celebration of mid-century modern design, architecture, art, fashion, and culture. This exciting “festival” takes place in February in the Palm Springs area of Southern California. It features more than 100 events including the Modernism Show, home tours, films, lectures, double decker bus tours, parties, walking and bike tours, a pre-fab showcase, vintage fashion, live music events, a vintage travel trailer exhibition, and more.