Jean-Claude Mazet, Architect

Villa Guardia

, Conca, FR


A true architectural jewel, this organic villa was designed by architect Jean-Claude Mazet in 1974. Located on a hillside by the sea in south Corsica, it is about 15 minutes away from Port-Vecchio by car. The villa extends over 500 sq ft and unfolds with flowy and curvy spaces. It accommodates a beautiful circular living room with a round sitting room and chimney, a dining room, a mezzanine lounge and beautiful panoramic terraces.

A kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a garage complete the property. Located in a preserved 3.2-acre park that extends to the sea, the property has been landscaped by a botanist and is planted with numerous Mediterranean, African and

Modernist Family Home, 1955

La Celle-Saint-Cloud, FR


This modern family home was built in 1955 and located in a 1,225 m² tree-filled garden.

Located in La Celle-Saint-Cloud, the two-story residence enjoys the privileged environment of a green town where forests, ponds and gardens compose the landscape. In a nice residential neighborhood, it is located 5 minutes by foot from the La Celle-Saint-Cloud railway station and 35 minutes from Paris by train.

The lower level accommodates a double living room, dining room with vast views extended by a balcony, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The lower level includes another bedroom and the garage.

This house features typically modern minimalist aesthetics

Dan Duckham, Architect

Geometric Jewel at Bel Aire

2040 Coral Reef Drive, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, FL


Masterfully designed home by architect, Dan Duckham, located in the Bel Aire neighborhood, a gated community in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, South Florida, US. Dan Duckham was first inspired by the organic architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright with the fusion of the outdoors and indoors through the geometric homes he creates, each uniquely designed. And this home does not disappoint from the moment you enter, you step into the tropical outdoor gardens indigenous to South Florida to a spectacular lagoon pool with the soothing sounds of its fabulous water feature. Embellished by a tropical landscaped canopy whereby the home has been built around. An age-old Gumbo Limbo tree indigenous to South

Contemporary Normandy Villa, 1973

near Le Neubourg, FR


This property mixes contemporary lines and modernist structure inside a beautifully landscaped park with wooden terraces and swimming pool.

The three-story residence enjoys quiet and private scenery and is located 15 minutes by car from Le Neubourg, 30 minutes from Evreux, 45 minutes from Rouen and 2 hours from Paris. The castle, gardens and golf course of the “Champ de Bataille” are 10 minutes away from the property.

The ground level accommodates an entrance hall, large living room that opens to a terrace, an open kitchen, dining room, three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper level includes a vast lounge opening onto the terraced roof and a suite with

Martine Abraham, Architect

Architect's Modern Home, 1970

near Cap Fréhel, FR


This house designed by architect Martine Abraham was built during the seventies. It stands out because of its original structure, which design is dictated by playing cards colors. The concrete base of the house is shaped like a diamond, the first level is shaped like a club, the second level is like a spade and the roof is heart-shaped.

In Sable d’Or les Pins, the house stands on the seafront, near the beach, and enjoys an exceptional view and environment. In the Côtes d’Armor, it is located at 40 minutes from Saint-Brieux by car, 1hour from Saint Malo and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Rennes.

The house extends over a surface of 200 m² distributed among the

Ralph Rapson, Architect

The Betty Poole House, 1958

6699 Mohawk Drive, Chanhassen, MN


The Betty Poole House, a timeless modern residence designed by Ralph Rapson, stands above Lotus Lake in Chanhassen. The house, which has been meticulously maintained and curated by its current owners, retains the hallmarks of Rapson's original design.

The streamlined, one-story house features window walls in nearly every room. The walls of glass provide expansive views of the lake from the entry, living room, family room, and kitchen. Rapson's choice of materials—white painted brick, round skylights, and steel I-beams that frame the fireplace–lend an industrial aesthetic to the house.

Generous expanses of glass, partial height walls,

Modernist Cabin, 1953

15 Elbert Court, Highland Park, NJ


If you are looking for authenticity, prime location, and attachment to a four season landscape with privacy, this house is sited among a group of homes that share distinctive mid-century design.

Built in 1953, this home, on a spacious wooded lot within a prime cul de sac, has dappled river views. Finely renovated, the home is in turn-key move-in condition. Within the intact floor plan, are newly fitted and fixtured EIK and baths, a paneled study with fireplace, MBR with en-suite bath and two additional bedrooms, with ample closets throughout. Living / dining / study / kitchen circulation is ideal for entertaining. A glazed sunroom directly adjacent to kitchen and windowed

Jean Depoid, Architect

Modernist Hillside Home, 1970

near Agen, FR


This beautiful modernist home with covered swimming pool was built in 1970 by architect Jean Depoid.

The upper level accommodates the reception area which follows the natural curve of the land. It includes an entrance with a cloakroom, kitchen with pantry, dining room extended by an outdoor terrace, and a living room with a fireplace, terrace and mezzanine. The lower level includes a large living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom, two basements and a boiler room. A covered parking space completes the property.

The house opens on a large landscaped garden perfectly maintained and planted with many trees. It includes the swimming pool, covered with a wooden dome and

ARBA Architecture

Contemporary Coast Retreat, 2006

near Neufchâtel-en-Bray, FR


This vacation house, built by ARBA Architecture, is situated in the middle of a garden planted with fruit trees, offering calm and serenity close to the Normandy beaches.

Near the small town of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, it is at 50 minutes from Dieppe by car and 2 hours from Paris, or 3 hours by train.

The 180 m² house develops is shaped like a wooden hull. The first floor includes a cathedral living room, a library, a dining room, an open kitchen and a bathroom. The upper floors holds three closed beds and a master bedroom hidden at the top of the structure.

The exterior of the house is composed of rough burnished wooden tiles. The invisible entry

Claude Haüsermann-Costy & Joël Unal, Architects

The Unal House, 1972-2008

near Uzès, FR

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Genuine sculpted architecture, this gorgeous summer residence is an exceptional example of the Haüsermann’s architecture and seventies avant-garde.

In the heart of Ardèche in the south of France, it enjoys absolute quiet and is located at 30 minutes by car from Aubenas, 45 minutes from Montélimar and 1h30 from Uzès.

The property extends over a surface of 156 m², with an entrance, a living-room with a service hatch to the kitchen, two bedrooms and a third with patio and an independent exit, two bathrooms, a living-room/workshop of 60 m², a resting hammock, a library and a pantry. These different spaces are served by two circulation tunnels and have four