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Mid Century by Henry Hoover

Mid Century by Henry Hoover

The sofa and bed in this Malibu, California, master suite are custom designs by Scott Mitchell and D... - Photo: Scott Frances

The sofa and bed in this Malibu, California, master suite are custom designs by Scott Mitchell and D... - Photo: Scott Frances

Inspiring Examples Of Minimal Interior Design | via @ultralinx

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A Mid-Century Modern house as fine as this does not come on the market every day—especially in Los Feliz—and this one has been absent 30 years, but today the 1964 Stone Residence is up for sale,...

Seriously Fine Mid-Century Modern For Sale For First Time in 30 Years in Los Feliz

A Mid-Century Modern house as fine as this does not come on the market every day—especially in Los Feliz—and this one has been absent 30 years, but today the 1964 Stone Residence is up for sale,...

After - Salle à diner by ericgraphiste, via Flickr

After - Salle à diner by ericgraphiste, via Flickr

This master bedroom looks right out onto the backyard through large floor to ceiling windows and the wooden ceiling carries through too.

The Design Of This House In California Was Inspired By The Original Mid-Century Modern Home It Replaced

This master bedroom looks right out onto the backyard through large floor to ceiling windows and the wooden ceiling carries through too.

Mid Century by Henry Hoover

Mid Century by Henry Hoover

Mid Century by Henry Hoover

Mid Century by Henry Hoover

Long Dune residence by Hammer Architects

Long Dune residence by Hammer Architects

Perfect floor for our foyer - check out the built in bench...don't make em like that anymore.

Perfect floor for our foyer - check out the built in bench...don't make em like that anymore.

In order to open up the space, Klopf Architecture took out a few walls that were supporting overhead beams. Klopf explained, "We used the structural trick of putting a supportive cross-beam on the roof, which you don’t see. The ceiling now has an open, more expansive feeling—it's more post-and-beam." 

Same Bones, New Materials—A Double Gable Eichler Gets a Dashing Update

In order to open up the space, Klopf Architecture took out a few walls that were supporting overhead beams. Klopf explained, "We used the structural trick of putting a supportive cross-beam on the roof, which you don’t see. The ceiling now has an open, more expansive feeling—it's more post-and-beam."