There’s something about modern design … it makes you feel as if you’re living in a piece of artwork.
These homes in Fort Worth show the range of architectural styles you can find under the modern design heading in some the city’s best neighborhoods. Enjoy this video tour.
3860 Bellaire Circle | Westcliff
This example of mid-century modern architecture on 1.25 acres was designed by internationally known architect Samuel G. Wiener Sr. An extensive use of glass and open rooms offer amazing views of the large backyard to help you forge a connection with nature. A careful use of natural materials for walls, ceilings and floors throughout further highlight that connection to the natural world. Interesting built-ins capitalize on the efficient use of space typical of this design style.
6809 Shadow Creek Court | Mira Vista
Another architectural masterpiece by noted architect Ken Schaumburg. This Tom’s Struhs-built home captures the rolling, green views of the 18th tee box on the golf course at Mira Vista country club. Glass block and stainless steel doors greet you. Glass walls overlook the reflection pool, golf course and private back yard space. Warm wood floors play off sleek stainless-steel accents throughout the home. Curves meet straight angles from room to room, creating a uniquely contemporary flow.
Keep track of modern homes and trends in the Metroplex at dallasmoderns.com.
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