We’ve rounded up some of the standout female minds whose designs played a hand in shaping mid-century architecture.
Designed and constructed in 1962, this Montlake, Seattle dwelling has stood the test of time with thoughtful design and careful renovations. In 1962, Seattle developer Hugh Ainslie purchased an empty […]
Photos courtesy Suyama Peterson Deguchi This South Park studio explains why hand-drawn plans and stripped-down architecture make their projects stand out in the Modern landscape. Modern Masters is a recurring […]
John Meunier’s first significant building design, the Meunier House provides a look at his unique style. Composed of two intersecting squares, the home is a demonstration of what Meunier described as “an English Brutalist version of a Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian house.”
When it comes to furniture design, Arne Jacobsen is known for simple chairs with effective designs.
Walter Gropius is well-known for the School of Buildings called Bauhaus, but the Gropius House was quite amazing, as well.