Collection by Allie Weiss

A Peek Inside Famous Modernist Enclaves Around the USA


From Sarasota to Sea Ranch, these communities thrive with rich repositories of modern architecture.

Originally constructed in 1970, the Wilson residence was updated by the architect couple in 2004.
Benjamin Moore’s Tomato Red provides “punctuation” to the exterior.
This 1965 home on Tarpon Walk updates the the shingle-style beach house so common in Long Island vernacular...
Sea caves on the property forced the architects to split some of the living space into a 483-square-foot guesthouse.
Crestwood Hills, in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, is an endangered enclave of midcentury post-and-beam...
A one-story villa in Lafayette Park.
The Frey II House in Palm Springs, designed by architect Albert Frey.

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