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chronology of modern home design to 1950 (a work in progress...)

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 31, 2012 01:04 AM
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by bubba of the bubbles (noreply@blogger.com) last modified Jan 30, 2012



 

 

My feeble (and ongoing) attempt to document the development of modernism in home design. Yes, I know: The list is incomplete. I'm working on that... Nonetheless, please feel free to suggest houses I need to add.

1893-1894: Winslow House, Frank Lloyd Wright (River Forest, Illinois)




1896-1897: Heller House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)


1903-1905: Martin Carriage House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)



1903-1905: Martin House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)



1904-1905: Heath House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Buffalo, New York)



1908: Adolf Loos publishes "Ornament and Crime"


1908-1910: Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)








1909: Gale House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Oak Park, Chicago)




1909: Steffens House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Chicago, Illinois)



1910: Frank Lloyd Wright publishes the Wasmuth Portfolio.




1910: Steiner House, Adolf Loos (Vienna, Austria)



1916: The Dodge House, Irving Gill (Los Angeles, California)



1916: Villa at Huis ter Heide, Robert van't Hoff (Utrecht, The Netherlands)



1916: The log house, Rudolph Schindler (unbuilt)






1919: Horatio West Court, Irving Gill (Santa Monica, California)


1920: Director's House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California; for Frank Lloyd Wright)


1920: Daal en Berg Houses, Jan Wils (Den Haag, The Nederlands)



1921: Jacob Korsen Apartments, Rudolph Schindler (built?)


1921-1922: Schindler Chace House, Rudolph Schindler (West Hollywood, California)





1922: Ozenfant House and Studio, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)



1922-1926, Lovell Beach House, Rudolph Schindler (Newport Beach, California)




1923: El Pueblo Ribera Court, Rudolph Schindler (San Diego, California)





1923: Villa La Roche-Jeanneret, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)





1923-1925: Villa "Le Lac", Le Corbusier (Corseaux, Switzerland)




1923: Ennis House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California)







1923: Millard House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Pasadena, California)




1923: Storer House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Los Angeles, California)



1923: Concrete country house (unbuilt), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


1923: Le Corbusier publishes "Vers un Architecture" (Toward an Architecture)


1924: Aalsmeer House, Johannes Duiker and Bernard Bijvoet (Aalsmeer, The Nederlands)



1924: John Cooper Packard House, Rudolph Schindler (South Pasadena, California; destroyed)


1924: Modern Fruges Quarter, Le Corbusier (Pessac, France)





1924: Reitveld-Schroder House, Gerrit Rietveld (Utrecht, The Nederlands)





1924: Brick country house (unbuilt), Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

1925, How House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California)



1925: L'Esprit Nouveau Pavilion, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)






1925-1927: Wolf House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


1925-1927: The Dwelling, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


1926: The Director's House, Walter Gropius (Dessau, Germany)


1926: Villa Moller, Adolf Loos (Vienna, Austria)


1926-1927: Weissenhofsiedlung, Le Corbusier (Stuttgart, Germany)



1926-1927: Gregory Farmhouse, William Wurster (Santa Cruz, California)



1926-1928: Villa Stein-de Monzie, Le Corbusier (Vaucresson, France)







1927: Weissenhof Row Houses, J.J.P. Oud (Stuttgart, Germany)


1927-1929: Melnikov House, Constantine Melnikov (Moscow Russia)






1928: Wolfe House, Rudolph Schindler (Catalina Island, California; demolished 2002)




1928-1929: Barcelona Pavilion, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe



1928-1930: Tugendhat House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe




1928-1931: Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier (Poissy, France)











1929: Lovell Health House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)








1929: Westhope, Frank Lloyd Wright (Tulsa, Oklahoma)




1930: Villa Muller, Adolf Loos (Prague, Czech Republic)





1930: Elliot House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California)



1930, Braxton House (unbuilt), Rudolph Schindler


1932: Neutra VDL Studio and Residence I, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)


1932: The Museum of Modern Art hosts the International Exhibition of Modern Architecture. A book by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson titled "The International Style" documents the exhibition and names the movement.


1933, Locke House (unbuilt), Rudolph Schindler


1933: Schminke House, Hans Scharoun (Lobau, Germany)






1934: Buck House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California)



1934: Oliver House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California)





1934: Bennati A-Frame House, Rudolph Schindler (Lake Arrowhead, California)



1934: Falling Water, Frank Lloyd Wright (Bear Run, Pennsylvania)





1934: Leimert Park House, Rudolph Schindler (unbuilt)

1935: Weekend House by Corbu, Le Corbusier (Paris, France)


1935: von Sternburg House, Richard Neutra (Northridge, California)





1936: Kun House, Richard Neutra (Los Angeles, California)


1936-1937: Jacobs House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Madison, Wisconsin)









1936: Fitzpatrick House, Rudolph Schindler (California)


1937: Dunsmuir Flats, Gregory Ain (Los Angeles, California)


1937: Colmorgan House, Bruce Goff (Glenview, Illinois)



1937: Gropius House, Walter Gropius (Lincoln, Massachusetts)








1937: Rodakiewicz House, Rudolph Schindler (Los Angeles, California)


1937-1939: Grace Miller House, Richard Neutra (Palm Springs, California)





1937-1939: Villa Mairea, Alvar Aalto (Noormarkku, Finland)





1938: Windshield, Richard Neutra (Fisher's Island, New York)





1938-1939: Suntop Home, Frank Lloyd Wright (Ardmore, Pennsylvania)







1939: J. Ford House, Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer (Lincoln, Massachusetts)



1939: Frank House, Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)


1939: Sturges House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Brentwood Heights, California)






1939-1940: Goetsch-Winckler House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Okemos, Michegan)




1939-1940: Pauson House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Phoenix, Arizona)






1940: Affleck House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Bloomfield Hills, Michegan)






1941: Bonnet House, Richard Neutra (Hollywood Hills, California)






1944, Church, Rudolph Schindler



1944: Jacobs House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Middleton, Wisconsin)




1945: Geller House, Marcel Breuer (Long Island, New York)


1945-1949: The Eames House, Charles and Ray Eames (Los Angeles, California)






1945-1951: Farnsworth House, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


1946: Kaufmann Desert House, Richard Neutra (Palm Springs, California)




1946: Bailey House, Richard Neutra (Santa Monica, California)




1947: Robinson House, Marcel Breuer (Williamston, Massachusetts)




1948-1949: Healy Guest (Cocoon) House, Ralph Twitchell (Sarasota, Florida)




1948-1949: Pratt House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Galesburg, Michegan)




1949: Hale House, Craig Ellwood (Beverly Hills, California)



1949: Glass House, Philip Johnson (New Canaan, Connecticut)




1950: David Wright House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Phoenix, Arizona)







1950-1960: Kraus House, Frank Lloyd Wright (Kirkwood, Missouri)







 

 

 
 
 

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