Mid-Century Houses

Mid-century Houses, broadly defined, are residences built between the 1940s and 1960s that encapsulate the architectural design principles of the mid-20th century. Emblematic of a post-war shift towards simplicity, function, and connection with the natural world, these homes often feature clean, minimalistic lines, expansive windows for natural light, open floor plans for ease of movement, and a seamless integration of indoor and outdoor spaces. Mid-century designs often incorporate non-traditional materials and bold, yet simple, use of color, reflecting an era of architectural innovation and a departure from more ornate historical styles.