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What defines Mid-Century Modern?
Dallas is home to many magnificent Midcentury Modern homes scattered through out Dallas neighborhoods because Dallas expanded so rapidly during this era. Easily discernable by open floor-plans, high beamed ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows which helps to blur the line between indoor and outdoor living, Midcentury modern homes were built dominantly in the 1950’s and are still relevant and important today since Midcentury Modern design is the foundation for modern design in 20th century.
Learn More about Prominent Mid Century Modern Architects
Built by prominent Dallas architects in the 1950s to 1970’s, Midcentury Modern homes offer luxury and comfort.
The late Arch Swank was a leading modernist from the 1930s through the 1960s. He was honored by the Dallas Chapter AIA at their 50th anniversary celebration for his contributions to the modern architecture and to Dallas. Read more about Arch B. Swank, FAIA
The late Scott Lyons studied architecture in Florence, Italy, in the midcentury. He cultivated the Texas Modern style, creating some of the best modern homes on great sites in Dallas. Lyons’ architecture is best appreciated for its precise simplicity and emphasis on well-crafted details. Read more about Scott Lyons
Howard Meyer after training in New York, designed classically modern homes in the 1950s. Known for combining modern technology with traditional forms and materials, his commercial and residential buildings can be found throughout Dallas, most notably, 5381 Nakoma in Greenway Parks and the luxury apartment building at 3525 Turtle Creek. Read more about Howard Meyer.
Nationally renown architect Edward Durell Stone became one of the most important architects in the world for his international style. His most important residence can be found in Dallas on Park Lane. Read more about Edward Durell Stone.
Glenn Allen Gallaway was born in Bowie, Texas, and trained New York. Galaway designed only a few homes in Dallas, but the ones he designed made an important contribution to the midcentury modern landscape and design of the city. The home he designed in 1966 was selected by the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects as one of the city’s 50 Significant Homes and in 2007 the home received the AIA Dallas 25 Year Residential Award, the highest honor for a design and given annually to a home with an age of 25 years or more. Read more about architect Glenn Allen Galaway.
In 1952, just four short years after graduating from the University of Illinois and moving to Dallas, William E. Benson opened the doors of his own architectural firm designing residential and commercial properties. The Preston Royal Library, the Dearborn Stove Company in Richardson, and the Midway Hills Christian Church as well as this home are just a few of the buildings in and around Dallas of his design. Read more about architect William E. Bendon.
Harwell Hammilton Harris is a nationally renowned architect. His work in the midcentury appears on both the East Coast and the West Coast. He relocated his practice to Dallas in the 1950s and designed one of his most important midcentury modern homes here. Harrell Hamilton Harris is recognized for both his residential and commercial designs. Read more about architect Harwell Hamilton Harris.
The Best Mid-Century Modern Homes Are Found In Estate Neighborhoods
Mid-Century modern homes and estate homes are found in Mayflower Estates neighborhood.
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