MCM Reborn!   1 comment

This is how to do right by a MidCentury Modern house.

This North Carolina house from the 60s evokes images of houses by Pierre Koenig and Craig Ellwood and, of course, Mies van der Rohe.

The exterior spiral steps remind me of the steps on the Gropius House. I’m not too sure what I think about that little cover on the roof deck, but I’m no architect.

Check these links for the whole story and more pics:

Custom Home Online

Tonic Design

World Architecture News

Oxide Architecture

Here’s a good article about steel houses @ Eichler Network

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Posted August 9, 2007 by mcarch in Preservation

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  1. That North Carolina house just screams “fun fun FUN!” The spiral stairs remind of one of those kiddie slides at a playground–can’t help but to smile looking at this home.

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