Modern Home Plans

This style includes both mid-century modern and 1970s contemporary. The mid-century modern style dates back to 1940 through 1965, especially in the Los Angeles area. Most homes were one-story, with clean, simple lines, a minimum of decoration, lots of glass and a flat or angled roofline. Sleek carports, indoor/outdoor living spaces and open floor plans are also hallmarks of this style. The 1970s contemporary group includes split-level homes and homes with vertical siding, clean lines and sweeping rooflines.

  • Odd, irregular shapes
  • Little ornamentation
  • Oversized windows
  • Open floor plans


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