This mid-century modern home was designed by Baldridge Architects, and built by Acero Construction, located in the Zilker neighborhood of Austin, Texas. While on the interior, you will find bright white walls for contrast, with splashes of color and pattern throughout — mainly expressed in their modern art collection.
While the interior represents a seamless mix of midcentury design from both the East and West Coasts, the exterior is purely Austin. Outdoors, a cluster of live oak trees at the heart of the property was the driving force of the home’s quirky L-shaped design.
The exterior presents a striking brick facade, opening into a bright and airy interior with comfortable and inviting living spaces… Readers, please share what you think of this mid-century home in the Comments below! Above: The breakfast room features custom designed, built-in benches that are covered in Knoll fabric.
The Togo sofa is by Ligne Roset, complimented by a Knoll lounge chair and vintage coffee table. Above: The back porch is clad in white terrazzo, which is surrounded by black lava stone sourced from Mexico. A small plunge pool in the yard provides a cool respite from the hot Texas summer sun.