Pasadena Mid-Century Modern | Represented by Julia Allos

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Meryl Streep's Pasadena Mid Century House Tour | Los Angeles County, California | $3.6 Million

Meryl Streep's Pasadena new house is a mid-century 3,000 sqft mansion, built in 1959. This styling modern residence in Pasadena, a city in Los Angeles County, includes 3 beds and 3 baths. Meryl Streep, the three-time Oscar winner Hollywood star, is known for movies like The Devil Wears Prada, The Iron Lady and The Bridges of Madison County. The moviestar paid $3.6 million for this stunning and stylish house. Thanks for watching. And subscribe for more... Playlist Celebrity House Tour : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLatXszKWYIxAHVuruKVsnoOHGPtSl6xPI

Hilltop Mid-Century Modern

Designed by John Detlie, this mid-century captures the essence of the modernist movement. Indoor/outdoor living with window walls to blend nature w/contemporary comfort extending the indoor space indefinitely. Located in Bellevue’s Hilltop Community, this architecturally significant enclave of 39 homes was founded with a strong sense of community & stewardship for the environment. Trails, play field, swimming pool & tennis courts. ASLA award winning gardens & unobstructed Mt. Rainier views!

Amazing Indoor-Outdoor Architecture Near Venice Beach

http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/2159143/list/houzz-tv-amazing-indoor-outdoor-architecture-near-venice-beach In designing a home for one of Venice’s typically long and narrow lots, Ehrlich recalled lessons he’d learned from the local architecture of Nigeria and the courtyard layout of houses in the medinas in Morocco. He calls his approach “multicultural modernism.” The result is a house that takes advantage of the climate and that uses natural systems and technology to boost the home’s efficiency.

A Small Mid Century Modern House In Hollywood | Richard Neutra | Small House Design Ideas

The Hailey Residence is a small house in the Hollywood Hills designed in 1959 by legendary modernist architect Richard Neutra. The home has either been very well maintained through the years or lovingly restored, appearing like a time capsule from the 50’s. It contains signature Neutra elements such as a wall of glass, low-slung built-in furniture and a large open masonry fireplace. Neutra had a reputation for paying close attention to his clients’ requirements and for producing very practical designs that combined aesthetic appeal with function and comfort. The street side, sitting only a few steps from the roadway, is mostly closed with just a window for the kitchen and a line of clerestory windows that bring natural light into the home’s two bathrooms. The other side, with a view of the Hollywood Hills, is largely glass with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall running the entire length of the main living space. A large roof overhang provides shade for those south-facing windows. A similar roof cantilever at the front forms an open carport just off the street. The interior appears quite a bit larger than its 1,129 ft2 (105 m2). That number includes a small office, wine cellar and laundry that were later built into the enclosed space below the house, so the original house was probably only about 1,000 ft2. The living room and dining room are open to each other but they are arranged in an L shape around the kitchen, creating distinct spaces for each. The glass wall opens the living space to the view, with one panel sliding back to provide access to the deck that runs the length of the living space. The inside is mostly finished in neutral wood tones interrupted by patches of bold color that bring to mind a Piet Mondrian painting. The floor is cork while overhead is a wood plank ceiling on exposed beams that are supported by the slender columns between the windows. There is a large master bedroom and a den that could be converted to a bedroom if desired. The den can be opened to the living room by folding back an accordion-style retracting wall. Neutra visually expanded both the bedroom and the den by having their dividing wall stop about a foot shy of the exterior wall, as can be seen in the photo above. It is a technique we’ve seen before in the stable conversion by Sauquet Arquitectes and the modern ski cabin by Yiacouvakis Hamelin. In the Hailey Residence however, the gap is filled by a glass pane. Photographs by Cameron Carothers, courtesy of Crosby Doe Associates. Via Design Therapy. http://www.carothersphoto.com/ http://crosbydoe.com/ http://www.designtherapy.com/2013/02/sold.html More Videos: #tinyhouse #tinyhouses #smallhouse #cottage #cabin #tiny #tinyhome ============================ #TinyHouseLover is a channel sharing homes under 500 sq ft. In the past few years, #tiny homes have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally.

LA Mid-Century Modern Home For Sale

1500 Delta Avenue, Rosemead Take a hosted video tour of this 2 Bedroom/2 Bathroom Post and Beam, Mid-Century modern home that has been fully renovated. Listed by Ramiro & Erica Rivas John Aaroe Group 626-497-4606 www.RamiroAndErica.com www.LAModerns.com

Prolific Architect Eugene Weston teamed with Douglas Byles to create this iconic Mid-Century Modern post and beam. Featured
in the May 1950 edition of Arts & Architecture, and known as
the Robert Smith Residence. This quintessential California home features three bedrooms, and three bathrooms in a sprawling open floor plan that seamlessly transitions from interior to exterior space. As the focal point of the home, take in views of the pristine saline pool and spa from nearly every room. Updated with only the finest materials including marble, glass tiles, and solid maple wood floors. This is truly a modernist dream with the privacy and serenity of Pasadena living.

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