New Jersey (Near Philadelphia Region) Mid-Century Modern Homes
Index and Outline of History Pages at bottom of this page
New Jersey homes
This is a collection of pictures of mid-century modern homes in New Jersey near Philadelphia in Camden County.
Frank Weise butterfly design
Malcolm Wells underground house
Frank Lloyd Wright
Louis Kahn Clever house
This home was designed by Armand Carroll after spending time at Taliesin studying under Frank Lloyd Wright.
Hunterdon County New Jersey
Mid-Century Modern Homes in and around Princeton NJ , Mercer County
Bachman-Wilson House 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright
The home has been beautifully restored by Lawrence and Sharon Tarantino during their 20 year ownership. The property serves as their home and location of Tarantino Studio. Tarantino Architect concentrates on selective projects for universities, private schools, and other non-profit institutions, as well as private clientele. Additionally, the firm is dedicated to the preservation of historic buildings.
The Tarantino'sare the recipients of the 2008 Wright Spirit Award from the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy. They also received a New Jersey Preservation Merit Award in 2008.
The compact 2000 sq ft home is made seemingly large by the open floor plan, soaring window walls, two story living space, and seamless extension of the interior space to the outdoors.
additional homes in the Princeton area.
Dashen House 1969 Thaddeus Longstreth for Dr and Mrs. Roger Dashen
Michael Graves Residence by Michael Graves
Robert Geddes Residence by Robert Geddes
Marcel Breuer 1950
home near Princeton
Science Library on Princeton's campus by Frank Gehry
Index to MODERN HOMES PHILADELPHIA History Pages
Overview of Philadelphia Area Mid-Century Modern Residential Architecture (below on this page) Photo overview followed by brief written overview of Philadelphia mid-century architects .
Time Line of area modern homes from 1930's to today Mid-Century Modern Homes
Architects Who Designed Mid-Century Modern Homes in the Philadelphia Region
photographs of the regional homes designed by each architect are included