Mid Century Modern Landscapes
A central tenet of midcentury modern landscape design: "Gardens were to be lived in, not looked at. Outdoor spaces would be woven together in free-flowing plans," writes Ethne Clarke in her book The Mid-Century Modern Garden (Frances Lincoln, 2017).
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If you are lucky enough to own a mid-century modern architectural gem, or just have an interest in clean lines and simplified spaces, the following design guide on modern landscape design might be for you. Stay in Line
Like mid-century architecture, the furniture of the time is unmistakable. Designers like Charles and Ray Eames, Herman Miller, Eero Saarinen, and Isamu Noguchi were major contributors to mid-century modern furniture style. This look features organic, quirky geometric and curvilinear shapes made from a mix of natural and manmade materials.
Curb Appeal Landscaping and Hardscaping Midcentury Modern Design Styles When it comes to boosting the curb appeal of your midcentury modern home, less is more. The design aesthetic for this period of architecture (1945-1965) is best described as minimalist with clean lines, flat or gabled roofs, dramatic edges and large picture windows.
Mid-century modern homes in California were often designed for the Mediterranean climate. Atriums were built at the entrance or in the center of the home. Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens created this Orange County landscape with an emphasis on mid-century and Asian